Anaphora Poem by Beth Brody
Light the longest winter nights. Light the house and hedges with a million falling twinkle stars. Light the tree with bluegreenred. Let the light shine out, reflect the wonder of delight in children’s eyes. Lighten hearts, shed light on true desires. Light a guiding blaze towards New Year’s Eve, alight upon your future. Light one candle, then light eight, as moonlight voices lift in song. Light a warming hearth with love. Light a spark of hope: Light up cities, Light up farms. Give light to all those destitute, defenseless, and ignored. You be the light. Illuminate the world.