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  233.     

First Star I See

Shes the one Id like to meet,
The Girl from my First Star seen,
But the nights been full of clowds
to dark to see,
left blind no light for me,
a black sweater pull over the night sky
and Im not wishing anything.

Till She came along,
Star above now Star on earth,
Took my hand,
went for a ride,
and we just watched the world spin by,
like two diamonds in the sky.

the Heavens open wide,
and In the cold black sky,
Stars once more begin to rise,
Smiling, it seems upon my wish.

But I fear tonight I made
another wish, a prayer from my broken lips,
will the stars above reclaim
the one that seemed to fall toward me,
or can my silent protest keep,
that which be so dear to me,
will this gift, this chance persist,
or shall it fly, a comit on the winds,
a falling star seen not caught,
travling through this timeless void.

She's the one Id like to meet,
a wish that travels mindlessly,
never caring when it lands,
how long it stays, nor if it mends,
for likely she shall leave again,
Once more to be,
First Star i See...
 
Evan Histed

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  234.     

The Star

When I was a boy I searched the skies
For the truth, a star, and the worldly wise,
But ever the path of the brightest lay
On my neighbour’s roof, or another’s way.

So I chose a star and I called it ‘Dawn’
As the brightest light in a summer storm
And I charged it: ‘Lay out my future way
As bright as the path you trace today.’

But when I was older, learned and wise
I left the star in the drifting skies
And never a thought of the star was lent
While the truth, the star, and my faith was spent.

And when I was down, and worn, and thin,
I got to think what I might have been
And searched for the star in the drifting skies
And cried its name at the pale sunrise.

I’ve scanned and searched for a single star
Since the way of the world was far too far,
But all I get are the skies alight
Or a deep despair on a cloudy night!

5 July 1975
 
David Lewis Paget

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  235.     

Wish Upon A Star

Making a “Wish upon a star” during the night
To those tiny specks that are twinkling so bright

When times are hard; you’re feeling the blues
Making a wish may help your dreams come true

When the sun rises; stars fade completely away
Yet the stars are there through every night and day

Stars may be providing a very special function
Those shining lights may be our Angels in Heaven

Our Guardian Angels to both protect and watch over us
While we are struggling, and our lives seems so hopeless

Stars are there watching our precious babies at birth
The same gleaming hopes to make peace on our Earth

“Wish Upon a Star” a non-profit effort to grant wishes
For our loving children with life-threatening illnesses

We go through life everyday taking so many things for granted
While the Angelic stars watch over us and help to save our planet
 
David Hall

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  236.     

Speeding away angrily

Hot young stars shining in blue
make love to nebulae in order to
produce new baby stars from
dust and gas

Emission nebulae shine because
they emit light when stimulated by
the loving radiation received from
those hot young stars

Reflection nebulae shine because
they reflect the light from loving
stars around and in them - but
dark nebulae

Appear only in silhouette because
they block out light from radiant stars
and bright nebulae – they are suffering
from depression and loneliness

Dying stars have an effect on the nebulae
who loved and protected them: either
drifting away quietly from the slowly
dying love in the star’s core - or

Speeding away angrily after a violent
supernova explosion of wrath – so
please don’t explode and send me
speeding away like those nebulae!
 
Margaret Alice

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