ivor or ivor.e hogg
Twinkle Twinkle - Poem by ivor or ivor.e hogg
Of all the stars that dot the sky.
One single star attracts my eye
it shines more brightly than the rest.
of all the stars in that vast host.
Why should this star appeal the most?
I do not know the reason why.
I rack my brain I really try
hard to resolve this mystery.
I have no reason now to boast.
It feels as though I failed some test,
perhaps a reasonable request.
A feeling I cannot deny.
I simply can’t communicate
the stellar distance is too great.
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