Rhyme of the Day:
Is Italian for "Sir Johnny."
But usually it's translated as "Don Juan," which is really Spanish. And the rhyme of the day involved an exercise of poetic license, since really it would just be "Sir John."
Wet asphalt under cloudy skies Reflecting the glowing yellow-white eyes Of cars responsibly creeping To work when they’d rather be sleeping.
A scene is something that's seen. So, based upon what they mean, I thought they were related - But they're not, and I'm feeling deflated!
Jupiter’s line of moons, Saturn’s shining ring, Luna’s dusty craters - These are spectacular things, All brought here tonight To my own wondering…