Star Dust

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My Angel With Disability - Poem by Star Dust

In the journey,
Journey to the lightning,
Passing all that never was,
In a navy scene,
Straight off the starry stage,
In a former black raven,
Of a mind’s eye,
Coursing across,
The lands of the fugitive,
Authentic ecliptics,
On a wooden piece,
Disbelieving looks,
Given only to you,

Of the fairy dust that passes,
None of in lays on you,
The magic is forbidden,
Never do you imagine,
As you try to survive,
In the shapeless form of forever,
But you never said good-bye,
For the words are a sign,
A sign of life,
In what you wanted to be,
As they whisper,
Whisper words of a distraught man,
I know it can only be you,

Thirteen is unlucky,
Say the superstitious,
But are you really so gullible,
Could the line be parallel,
To seven across,
A lucky number,
Why do you stare,
At only blue,
What does a box of circles count for,
Or words scribbled without feeling,
Dispelling the angels,
Who try to help you,
Help you return,

You always put up a fight,
For the ones,
The ones that pushed you away,
But you are beautiful,
One that is near yet so far away,
For you are different,
But I still love you,
For you’re already perfect,
If only others would listen too,
But they have set limits,
And never plan to cross them,
They don’t think they can,
And wouldn’t even try if they could,

They say you were put on this earth,
For a reason,
Which has yet to be found,
Why would a letter,
On no account be read,
Instructions to try and spin a web,
To capturer the ones,
The ones that hurt you,
The ones that don’t understand,
The ones that don’t believe,
For you were put here,
In this ever spot for a reason,
To teach,

Do you here you name,
For the one who loves us all,
Is calling you,
Do you understand your self,
Is your spirit bright enough,
To get past the others,
For you will have hardships,
Other than just this one,
You might never hear me,
In this part of existence,
But later on,
You will here what you have done,
Have changed in this ghastly world,

They may forget,
But I never will,
For you have been the sweet part,
The syrupy part in this bittersweet life,
I hope to help live on your legacy,
To try and transform this world,
To try and make it better,
Make it better for the others,
For the others like you,
For there are more to come,
It’s the circle of life,
So long my angel,
So long…

Comments about My Angel With Disability by Star Dust

  • (11/6/2008 9:36:00 PM)

    Great poem, very vivid with your word choices, keep up the good work (Report) Reply

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  • (11/4/2008 10:28:00 PM)

    One of my favorites. Great flow of words and great imagery. (Report) Reply

  • (11/1/2008 11:08:00 PM)

    beautiful; +10, thanks for asking me to rate.please keep up the good work (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 1, 2008

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