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  233.     

Stars

In the stillness of a winter night
when all the world is hushed and gone to bed
I walk alone the garden paths
and watch the myriad stars
A jewellery box of glittering gems
that spiral in the heavens overhead
and flood my wondering eyes with light

Beloved stars, there in the south they lie-
Mirrabooka, Southern Cross, that of my heart
Alpha Centauri, nearest star, the one that points the way
to the heavenly signature, as of old, so clear
That God who made the heavens, night and day
and all the earth is with us, ever near
The One who bore the Cross will never die.

The clock reads three-sixteen am, awake again
I walk the floors in restless, sorrowing mind
Searching for some comfort, He provides
through the window pane, in eastern skies,
One brilliant, pulsing star that shines alone
A diamond in the indigo sky, it whispers plain
Look up to me, the Morning Star-
Though I was mocked and crucified
Forever I rise and reign.

Praise to You, Father of Lights
Jesus, light of this world, God's gift of grace
Holy Spirit, let Your burning presence stay-
A compass needle sure as any star
Guiding us homeward
Until the stars fall and pass away
And we see Your shining face
Lord of all our days and all our nights.
 
Josephine Collett

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  234.     

I Met a Celebrity

My family went to Hollywood.
There were plenty of things to do.
I decided on that trip
To make one of my dreams come true.

It was hot outside,
But I was looking cool,
Sitting in a chair
Right beside the pool.

I wanted to meet a big star.
It couldn't hurt to try.
I'd give that star my best smile
And charmingly say, 'Hi.'

Maybe the star would like me.
I'd become that star's best friend.
We'd go on star adventures.
The fun would never end.

We might travel by limo
Or fly in a private jet.
Maybe we'd sail on a yacht.
That would be better yet.

Don't bother to fuel the jet
Or look for the limo keys.
I did meet a star by the pool,
That star was Chuck E. Cheese.
 
Bruce Larkin

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  235.     

North Star

At the descending night
when the moon is setting aside
all stars are returning to their home
the sun has not yet appeared
but the aura of his arrival
is spreading through out the sky

A brightest blazing star appears
in the north horizon of sky
knocking the door of the day
to open the door for entrance of sun
to make all creatures to be aware
to wake up, the sun is coming
to disburse the message of life.

The eastern horizon is getting flooded
with redness of blood
for penetration of life.

North star is always constant
indicating right direction
when the life has lost its all direction

I am searching north star of my life
if I can find north star of my life
I will decide all directions of my life

North star comes as indicator for a brighter day
I am feeling impotent being lost
in the ocean of life, only north star
can give me the right direction of my life.
 
ramesh rai

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Dance

Dance under the stars
watch them twinkle
dance under the stars
like a Gypsy.

Lobo Del Mar
had dances every week
but when I came to watch
they'd already moved away.

Dance under the stars,
you don't have to know how to dance
curl your hair, put on a long skirt
dance under the stars.

Dance for the moon,
it's beautiful, isn't it so?
You don't need an audience
the stars are a million and more.

Dance under the stars.

You know you can dance.

Dance.

Spread out your arms,
dance under the stars
let your hair flow down
spin around
be happy...happy
be free

dance.
 
Kelly Zion

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