Morning Starr

Poem by: Juneau

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Submitted: August 12, 2012

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Submitted: August 12, 2012

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Of the stars in the sky,

some faded, others bright.

Briefly I join them,

bringing end to the night.

 

Of the Sun I'm prologue,

I come before the day.

I guide the mighty Sun,

and I show him the way.

 

Of the peoples of Earth,

for who I do labour.

The name they've given me,

is no longer in favour.

 

Of darkness they image,

when people hear my name.

Malevolence and fear,

It is me who they blame.

 

My name has been spoken,

from near and a far.

Lucifer they call me,

I am the Morning Star.


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