Stars

May 2, 2013
Luckytheinvisiblefloatingwalrus SILVER, Wyoming, Michigan
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Favorite Quote:
Lucky the invisible floating walrus once caught an awful virus from a piece of bubblegum but he was not dumb so he ran away to play all day away from evil clappers but then again (dun dun dun) lucky couldbe a kidnapper!!!


Dark purple canvas-
almost black-
but not quite.
Stretching endlessly,
never stopping,
flowing
seamlessly.
Dark trees
silhouette
millions of flecks-
bursts of light-
clusters and clumps-
of brilliance.
What could they be?
Lightning bugs flown too far?
Tears suspended-
like rain on a window?
Dreams forgotten-
glistening-
just out of reach?
Or dreams to long for-
possibly within grasp?
Or perhaps-
the canvas
is really full of holes.
Eyelets that show
mere glimpses
of Heaven-
beaming through
that dark purple canvas-
almost black-
but not quite.


The author's comments:
This was a poem that I wrote when looking at a picture of stars and thinking about how amazing it as that God has made them all. That got me thinking about what I think when I look at the stars and led to this poem. I'm not sure if this is very good but I hope you enjoy it anyways.

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