You Are My Starship

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The stars, that nature hung in heaven, and filled their lamps with everlasting oil, give due light to the misled and lonely traveler.



John Milton



Poem Inpsired By the Lyrics You Are My Starship By Norman Conners

Submitted: August 21, 2018

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YOU ARE MY STARSHIP

 

When you wish upon a twinkling star

Invitational echoes ascending into the universe that navigates pass far

To thy ears the sound resonances, yet, so sweet

In the moment of time, I’ve once laid passion at the throne of your feet

What good is a man if he cannot enjoy the fruits of his labor

Place your feast on a table, caress the soft petals, and then pollinate the butter rum flavor

The climax to dine, while pursuing the essence, taste of goodness never wavering

 

Granted wish from the seduction of a star, no time for forgotten sorrows

Kiss my lips, breathe me in, and serenade my mind as no tomorrow

I’ve spiritually fast

Famished and weary for the moon’s outcast

Bathe us in the illuminating light, as releases comes to past

Could this awaken dream ever last

Peace only find among a Heavenly clandestine flight

No one, but you I, the planets aligned, our presence unanswered sight

 

You have embraced an Angel since the beginning of time

Have called out, transcribed, and wished upon, climbed over clouds to find

Put your hand in mine, and let’s escape the wishes of your earthly designs

To feel the Halo entangling your soul, as you lay within soft wings

The Angels’ choir shall gleefully sing

Heaven bells shall loudly ring

Past the kiss of Jupiter and the configuration of Mars

The Moon shall come, and then covet a wished upon star

 

The cognizance extents pass the fifth dimension

A time to shine in its glorification one must mention

The realm of dreams, its fervent desires

The need to ignite, a waiting heart afire

The wonders of treasured gifts, one cannot grasp on earth

The wants and needs of a human, found in the core of celestial rebirth

Far outweighs the needs of being mentally exhausted

Attaining its greater purpose in the end, or have we already lost it


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