You'll Always Be My Star

July 13, 2009
By Andrea Hall BRONZE, Selma, Indiana
Andrea Hall BRONZE, Selma, Indiana
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The judgement's been passed,
leaving me here all alone.
My heart broken,
as your body fades to bone.

You once said,
you'd love to live up there.
Well you got your wish,
but I'm left in despair.

I see, my love,
you're living up high.
A glittering constellation,
you make in the sky.
Soon, I'll come for you.

I see your twinkling eyes in the dark,
what a beauty you still are.
Your face wreathed in sparkling light,
you'll always be my star.

So I wait for the night,
until I may adore.
Your softly glowing skin,
it makes me need you more.

I see my love,
you're living up high.
A glittering constellation,
you make in the sky.
Soon, I'll come for you.

I wait until the day,
where life sends death my way.
And I can die to live,
to be happy again with you.

In the stars,
there you lie far, far, up above.
Until morning,
when the sun steals away my love.

The author's comments:
Years ago, my grandmother died. I was devastated as she was a very crucial part of my life and also my role-model. This poem was inspired by her, and dedicated to her solely.

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