Stargazing

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Funny how nature can reflect humanity.

Submitted: July 08, 2010

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Sitting in the place we go

To create clear minds,

Mop up madness.

I question stars;

Those mysterious, majestic crystal balls

Floating in omniscient opulence.

And imagine their stance on humanity,

How does the sky reflect us,

As the oceans reflect itself?

For clouds mimic uncertainty.

From whisps of fog, obscuring sense

To billowing blooms, luring the lost.

Moon shines softly, the light of romance

Painting silhouettes in secret places

Sweeping silver through the shadows.

Dusk fades into darkness so subtly

Slowly, almost slyly

Serving reminder to give thanks for chance.

Contrasting this is the clear sky blue

Beautifully simple when an unanimous hue

Honesty's the property we forget to respect

The sun is the pride that we all should show

Burning inside and the outsides warm glow

Take a view from others shoes, be thankful for your own.

Remember the same space;

Second star to the right,

Straight on 'till morning.


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