STAR !

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
I DEDICATE THIS POEM TO MOONLIT SYNDICATE!!! THIS POEM MUST HAVE BEEN IN HER COMPETITION BUT UNFORTUNATELY IT ISN'T DUE TO A CIRCUMSTANCE I FACED, AND I DEEPLY REGRET FOR THAT!!!

Submitted: July 25, 2011

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Shimmering in black background

Like diamonds thrown all around;

All through the milky way

You can always see them gay.

 


They're the dead people who've reached heaven

Say some in the tavern,

Reminded of their ancestors , already dead

An echo of the funny thoughts they've  bred.


I imagine climbing a long ladder

But the fact that I can't reach'em makes me sadder.

So, in the middle of a frustrating life

Full of hurdles and strife;


I watch'em with my bare eyes

And they make me feel cool as ice;

Forming different shapes and patterns

Making me wonder about million unknown saturns.


They seem to move but are still;

So is it a saucer?I think, till

I hear a voice call

"Baby , another step and you'll fall!"


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