Sunday, May 10, 2015

Moment Written In The Sky to Dear Graduates 

Lovers write a message across forever's sky 

A kid assures us of a message we carry in our heart 

Moment Written In The Sky (Shakespearean sonnet) 

The moonlight wrote this moment in the sky
To drift amid the memories of stars
So wonders cast in ever can’t deny
There never was a love affair like ours
For in our ways what splendors would ignite
As magic thrilled each heartbeat which we passed
Was in warm stares the meaning of delight
And endless ever made surrender last
Some search forever for one wish to find
One breath of gentle secret midst our air
One scent of glory Joy has left behind
Or message which the stars in heaven bear
To help the moonlight tell tomorrows this
Let’s show forever how true lovers kiss

To go with this kiss, here's KoolSax "Beyond the Sunset" 

After you finish kissing 

Wearing academic graduation robes, so they say, is a tradition that dates back to at least the 12th century, around the time when the first universities were being founded in Europe. Now-a-days these "academic" cape and gowns are even worn at preschool advancements. Robby Novak (aka Kid President) is hardly a preschooler, but he is quite young. His message, though, is quite ageless. As I watched Robby, I was taken back to 7th grade and Johnny Land. Mr. Land was a teacher who taught all things were possible. I was blessed with many great and imaginative teachers, who nourished a truth that was in my heart. As life went on, other teachers and reminders came along. Sometimes at funny, unexpected and/or much needed moments. Here I am, an aged man and Robby dances on my computer, to remind of the song beating in my heart. 
Is something awakened in your heart, as you enjoy: "Dear Graduates - A Message From Kid President" 

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