– Poetry by James Kotsybar –
Zen of Instruction
You say, “Hey, you know,
that makes a lot of good sense!”
I feel gratified.
When you picture God,
do you envision a Zeus
or look about you?
To shine the brightest,
stars must possess a dense core.
Dim stars lack substance.
About the Author – James Kotsybar
Chosen for special recognition by NASA, James Ph. Kotsybar is the first poet to be published to another planet. His haiku currently orbits Mars aboard the MAVEN spacecraft, appears in the mission log of The Hubble Space Telescope and was featured at NASA’s Centaur Art Challenge at Ingenuity Fest, Ohio.
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