Sarah Pesta


A Lonely Star


Looking out into a black velvet sky so high
All directions are filled with bright lights
Everyone of them shining with their white glow
Only to find a little star on its own

I gazed at that star and could understand how it feels
To be on its own and be different but still real
It may not be seen by the other stars
Who are in the galaxy so far

The little stars all shine bright to me
However, the littlest star is all I want to see
It's flickering light so peaceful and feeling glad
No longer can I see it look so sad

Submitted: Thursday, January 17, 2008
Edited: Thursday, January 17, 2008

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