Little Star - Poem by Resheid Jackson
Twinkle twinkle little star.
I feel your warmth yet your so far.
Above I gaze,
the great mass of space at which you lay.
If only, if only it would decay,
so you'd need somewhere else to stay.
Your my true definition of eternal days
and as I say these words I so often say,
I see you shining in the crowd.
Your almost mine, one day, one day.
Shakespeare should be awaken to rewrite
Shall I Compare Thee To A Summer's Day
To adjust to the extra heat from which you ray.
so i will say, all I can see
Twinkle twinkle little star,
even though your so far
i know that you shine for me
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