A Lullaby - Poem by Edith Garcia
While a myriad of stars crown the night,
Above the earth and the oceans deep;
And a luminous smiling silver moon,
Looks down on a world that sleeps;
Sleep! sweet child, beneath the stars,
Be lulled by the sound of the sea;
Sleep! sweet child, while a million eyes,
Keep a vigil over thee.
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