The Astronomer - Poem by William McGehee
I have watched a thousand sunsets
And observed the stars to rise.
I have followed wand’ring comets
Far across the deepest skies.
I have moved fast with the moon
Passing twixt the sun and earth
And casting shadows or'e the noon
I have seen what life is worth.
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