Treasure Island

JothiLakshmi Kannan


Are Stars Soft Or Hard?


You, eyes of sky
Look tiny but bright
Not even winkles
For all unfair things
So you are so hard.

You, witness of world's happenings
That takes place at night
Burns yourself as shooting stars
Make even that to be good luck
So you are so soft.

You, stonework of God in sky cloth,
Even biggest star, vy canis majoris
Which is 400 times the size of sun
Dumps all truth of the world
So you are so hard.

You, twinkling suns seen in dark
Lives in families, forms even shapes as bear
But brings good with snow and bells
Even To evil people in Christmas
So you are so soft.

You, god's symbol because you are always there
Liked by all because you don't hurt
Connected with dreams because you are bright
But stays calm with anger like Sirius
So you are so hard.

But Let me feel you near me
When I am in need of special one
Since you are guest from harmless community.
Let me feel you away from me
When I am willing to be alone
Come and go calm with crown.

Submitted: Friday, November 30, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 03, 2012

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