Report Abuse Home > Poetry > Haiku > Fox Trot of a Million Myriads Fox Trot of a Million Myriads By Mckay, Somewhere, VA More by this author Myriads multi-colored Stars foxtrot tonight. « Previous article More by this author Next article » Join the Discussion This article has 7 comments. Post your own! Report abuse Request to Delete MyApocalyptic said... Apr. 18 at 6:28 pm: Oh my god! Someone sees it, too! I love this poem. Haiku is so special. It takes so much...SOMETHING...to fit the Universe into seventeen syllables. You did a wonderful job. The title drew me in, and this wonderful little poem did not disappoint. I swear, though, they do dance. They sing, too. Request to Delete Mckay replied... Apr. 19 at 1:35 pm : Yay, I'm not cray-cray in thinking stars dance at night. Thanks. And yes, haikus are difficult to capture so much in so little. But I guess that's waht makes them so special. Glad you like this one.—And between you and me, the stars so dance and sing; everyone just doesn't see it. It takes an observer of this world to notice such little things. Request to Delete MyApocalyptic replied... Apr. 19 at 6:03 pm : No, no, man. They totally do. I've written about it! Haha. One night I went out and the stars were SO clear, and there were SO many of them, and they were all harmonizing and whatnot. So I sang with them. Most spiritual moment of my life, tellyawut. Request to Delete Mckay replied... yesterday at 2:12 pm : It does sound spiritual. And like fun—except a lot of poeple would think we're crazy or something. But who cares? Right? Request to Delete Mckay replied... yesterday at 2:13 pm : P.S. Don't tell me you sang "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star." You didn't right? Request to Delete MyApocalyptic replied... yesterday at 6:06 pm : TOTES. Haha :) Nooo, it was a song straight from the spirit. No words, just a sort of long... keen. I don't know. It was very intensely otherwordly, the whole experience. Request to Delete Mckay replied... today at 2:14 pm : Haha :) Good to know.