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written by: Cindy Medina



Great Square of Pegasus
what might you portend?
Ascending the eastern sky
pierced by peaked roof;
unexpected mid-summer sight.
Four stars comprise you
Earth’s four corners echo.
Vast and desolate space;
graveyard of failed star stuff
or mere benign coincidence?
Pegasus — mythic winged horse;
war horses close behind?
Great Square: Heartless torso
ushers in Autumn’s chill;
may red-orange flames
be festive foliage only.
Ever-flying stellar beast
near heart this season,
ride on! ride on!
fate upon your wings.



The constellation of Pegasus, especially its asterism known as "The Great Square", and how it might relate to current geopolitical troubles.

Cindy Medina

Cindy Medina

Cindy is a published poet who writes an average of one poem per day. She's also written five novel-length stories, is working on two others, and hopes to be an author very soon. Cindy resides in the Desert Southwest of USA with D, her husband since 1993.
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