avery watts

Rookie - 17 Points (08/02/94 / chicago)

Little Star


Little star, dreaming of the night and sky
So alone living above and beyond

Under the crescent moon,  so peacefully
Little star, gleaming within sight so high
So well known for your love and solar bond
Under the fluorescent lune so calmly

Little star, streaming with bright cosmic ties
A lonesome dove within the wishing pond
Under A quiescent tune sung softly

Little star,  beaming lightly and nearby
A cyclone of trove and heavenly monde
Under the incandescent harvest-moon

Little star, of the holy northern edge
Sweet slumber, under a spiral of dreams

Submitted: Monday, March 21, 2011

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  • Rookie Vanilla Thriller (9/6/2011 10:40:00 AM)

    This is something worth reading. It allows me- the most wonderful reader :) - to choose what I want the little star to be, metaphorically. A star, or, perhaps, a someone. Either way, the word choice is excellent and you have done something many poets can not do- allowed the reader to draw his own conclusions.
    Check out my poems if you get a moment.

    (Love is a state of mind) ********** (Report) Reply

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