The Twinkling Evening-Morning Star.
The best time to see the evening star
Just before dark, when I search the sky near and far.
All year the star is passing high above my home,
Only in the middle of October I see, it was always around my dome.
I sit in my chair, look into the darkening sky,
Following with my eyes as it's passing by.
The evening star is the first one to shine above,
It takes a long time until the rest follows that rare dove.
It is the last to disappear when the sun is up high,
First at sundown to come up, & last after the dawn to say good by.
Some say at first glance make your wish,
Hope that life will bring it to you to accomplish.
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