The Pleaid

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The Pleiads were the seven daughters of Atlas who became stars after their death ( in the constellation Taurus), One of them ( the ‘lost pleaid’, the mission of star) sacrificed her place in the heavens because of her love for a mortal….

Submitted: December 18, 2006

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Heard those words that she spoke?


Of losing the heavens for a bloke!


O’ thy lost Pleiad – that mission star


Glory of heavens not that far


Pity not thine but your sister stars


who hang in the sky in land afar.


What the life for eternity gain?


Love’s better still, with all disdain!


Mortal this love and pain


Yet! Fools follow lest in vain


What hath lost and what gained


This music to ears of love and pain.


But again! But again!! Remember,


Here foregotten lovers lain ( lie!)


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