Jacaranda Tree, India. Credit: Pawan Tikku, Wikipedia Upon this June 21 of 2014, The solstice shines through the green-bloomed trees, Amongst the jacarandas super-bloom, times three. The glorious solstice of the Incas and Adivasi, Upon this Day of Saturn, the new Romans do glee, Even the peacocks celebrate with their Solstice Screams! Summer Solstice to those in the Northerly, Winter Solstice to those in the Southerly, A High Sun to those on the Equator lee! Resplendent Star of the Solstice Heaven! Gathered amongst the Stellar Stars of the Alban Hevin! Drifting from the Arthan, thru the Eiler, then to the...

Sol rides the highest and northern Most arch of her journeys. The soul of the year is the solstice Tilting our times, promising to stretch And lengthen the dark for those who stay Up past dawn with the arcing stars. Summer’s warmth trumps the play At least till night again balances day. Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

Day of the Sun, Sunday, Honored Golden Orb with its golden gleams, Songbirds suddenly silent upon their skywires in shock! Solar tread upon the flowered beds of wild, Amongst the scrub in the land of Sunland, Land of the Sun, Beyond Sun Valley, in the Valley of the Sun! Strange eerie subdued light! Strange twilight approaching the real twilight! The Asian Express Dragoned Sol-Moon Shadow is flying by! From across the northern Pacific Ocean Blues! The mostly blackened Sun with stellar streams! Of colored California somnium dreams! Celebrating its fleating twinning with The Moon! Approaching the Day of the Moon,...

The sky is blued from dusk till dawn, Every azure shade displayed. Over Earth, distant particles exude life’s light. Green leaves intake expire gasses that we require. While millions buzz their days, no thoughts to our star’s radiant ways. Sol stands still as winter waits. The longest day a gift from space. June 18th, 2014, full solar disc experimental sketch PST 40 / 8mm eyepiece /50X /15:52 UT by Deirdre Kelleghan Amateur Astronomer Artist http://deirdrekelleghan.net http://twitter.com/skysketcher Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

Sunward tilts the Earth; steals away last shade of spring– sempiternal day… Edvard Munch (Norwegian, 1863–1944): Sun, 1914-1916. Oil on canvas, 455 x 780 cm. The Oslo University, Oslo, Norway Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login