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Constellations, The

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O constellations of the early night,
That sparkled brighter as the twilight died,
And made the darkness glorious! I have seen
Your rays grow dim upon the horizon's edge,
And sink behind the mountains. I have seen
The great Orion, with his jewelled belt,
That large-limbed warrior of the skies, go down
Into the gloom. Beside him sank a crowd
Of shining ones. I look in vain to find
The group of sister-stars, which mothers love

To show their wondering babes, the gentle Seven.
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M Asim Nehal 05 February 2016

Shall close her march in glory, ere she yield, To the young Day, the great earth steeped in dew.

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Eddy Penz 09 November 2005

do not read this poem. it blows i never had read such a bad poem in my life... its a disgrace to poetry

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