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  209.     

My Unattainable Star

Star light, star bright,
The most beautiful star in my sight,
I wish I may, I wish I might,
To be with you for just one night.
To shoot through the sky in an endless flight,
To bask in your grace-
Yes, just one night.
But unfortunately you are but a star in the sky
And no matter how hard I try and try,
You’re still a star-
In that yonder sky.
 
Warren Chan

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  210.     

My Heart

My heart, after so many years,
Is still full of love whenever I see
The brightest star on Earth.

My heart, after so many storms,
Has never wavered whenever I think of
The brightest star on Earth.

My heart, my heart
If only the star knew my heart.

My heart, oh my heart
10 years is a long time for my heart
To wait for the star.

If only the star knew My Heart.
 
White Monkey

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  211.     

Starry Skies

Looking up to the big, dark sky
Thousands of stars, able to see
unlike looking up in the city
stars you never knew
were there all that time
until you turn off all
the city's lights
just to gaze upon
God's grace, love,
His masterpiece
which He made the
stars for you and I to see
I'm so glad, My love
came with me
to see the sky
full of stars
that is oh so lovely
Made this night
so romantic, just to
be with you
thousands of stars
shinning bright
full moon lighting
this romantic night
 
Bellaina Bella Hernandez

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  212.     

The Sputum Of The Stars Like A White Mist

The sputum of the stars like a white mist
Cloudy veil-like semi-transparent lucid
And moving fast nay faster than the clouds
When they soar giddying over Everest.

The sputum of the stars how acid is
And trickles burning fuming smoking
Down Saint Anne’s Way all seminal
The sputum of the stars the seed of life.

The sputum of the stars fell down to earth
And boiled and mixed and turned and changes
More acid grew, more boisterous
The sputum of the stars, the seed of life.
 
Emmanuel George Cefai

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