Poems About: STAR
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229.First Star I See
Shes the one Id like to meet,
The Girl from my First Star seen,
But the nights been full of clowds
to dark to see, read more »Evan Histed
I can see
With my minds eyes
The inner part
Of your mind read more »Uttam Biswas
In the stillness of a winter night
when all the world is hushed and gone to bed
I walk alone the garden paths
and watch the myriad stars read more »Josephine Collett
The Lone Star: Why are you looking at me?
Me: : For a soulful company
The Lone Star: I am so above, you are far below read more »Shamik Bose
233.Blue Lit Clouds
How my mind travels
And longs to be among the stars,
With the blue lit clouds
Surrounding me, read more »Music Galore
234.The Stars Must Be Aligned
I lay here mesmerised by the sky so immense,
Observing the stars that are so dense.
The stars must be aligned in this heavenly bliss,
However, I know just by looking, that one is amiss. read more »sidney hall (The Mad Poet)
Trinkle, trinkle little stars
How many there are in the sky!
Let the children try to count!
I remember this starry night. read more »Albert Wong
236.That one star
Remember that summer, i used to lie down on the grass.
In the countryside, i used to watch the stars every night.
Were always lots of stars in the dark blue sky,
Were always rich lightened in the deep sky. read more »Sukhee Bukhbat
237.Fireflies in the Garden
Here come real stars to fill the upper skies,
And here on earth come emulating flies,
That though they never equal stars in size,
(And they were never really stars at heart) read more »Robert Frost
238.The Plough of Time
Night closed my windows and
The sky became a crystal house
The crystal windows glowed
The moon read more »Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Bend low again, night of summer stars.
So near you are, sky of summer stars,
So near, a long-arm man can pick off stars,
Pick off what he wants in the sky bowl, read more »Carl Sandburg
There is a blue star, Janet,
Fifteen years’ ride from us,
If we ride a hundred miles an hour. read more »Carl Sandburg