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From the start of time, they’ve been apart,
Going through the same old patterns,
That every day they must restart.
Between the two, their importance is great,
To be trapped in an universal dance,
God has made their eternal fate.
Although they dance the same, their attitudes are worlds apart
For one is always bright and shinning
The other remains cool and tart.
They always help their younger sibling,
For his bright blue eyes,
Are life fulfilling.
Whatever they is do is a beautiful art,
Whether they come together,
Or remain light years apart.
With so much alike, lasting differences there still are
For how many similarities show, between a meteor
And a star?