The Northern Star - Poem by Tony Adah
The northern star born of the north
Refused to shine
Or shone only in the north
Bleak, weak and a silhouette of ghost
It towered over the land
Where there's hue and cry
And where the sun refused to shine
Where will the star garner the luminescence?
We will not blind ourselves
Otherwise when the shinning star comes
We will need to borrow some eyes
But it will surely and slowly come.
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