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Nyles Peele

Rookie (March,6,1993 / Virgenia)

Stars


I always wonder how far away you really are,
whether if your still burning with intense heat,
or just a calm luminance glow from your previous being.

You always keep me reaching towars the dark night sky for something more,
I can stay awake for hours trying to count all of you with you wonderful glow,
You can be as guiding ans helpful as the North Star,
or as blinding and brutal as our sun.

You dot the night sky some large, some small.
You paint images in the sky such as The Big Dipper or Orians Belt.
You reach out through the endless distance of space,
But no matter how close or how far,
there will neer be as many as you,
the star

Submitted: Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Edited: Thursday, January 06, 2011
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  • Rookie Deanna More (1/30/2007 8:55:00 PM)

    Another wonderful poem! Very unique and imaginative.
    Excellent description! Very well done.
    Nyles, you certainly have a flair for this ''Poetry Thing''.: -)
    Favorite lines....(1) ''...the endless distance of space, ''
    (2) ''....a calm luminance glow''

    Deanna XX
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