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Diamond in the Sky

A dead star that inspired this poem--the companion of the star 55 Cancri, in the constellation of Cancer the Crab--has now shrunk to only about twice the size of earth yet is extraordinarily massive, leading astronomers to conclude that its surface and outer crust consist entirely of diamond.

In slumber now and thence to dream of space-time’s stirred and curving sweep, where stellar furies set agleam the velvet thrall of endless deep. Here among a billion suns, solo Klieg cued nascent spark. Ensuing life o'er eon runs ere treading path of torpid dark. Adorned in crystal, its bequest— fusion’s fire did else abate— bejeweled then, this orb compressed, fields of diamonds lie and wait. Yet perish need to search the endless skies— diamonds sparkle here in lovely eyes.

Copyright © Mark Peterson | Year Posted 2014

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Star Struck

Many nights you’ve graced my sight
fair Orion, hunter and groom to the abyss,
and yet it would seem an eternity
before we would meet and kiss.

Bought you’d be, and brought to me
by the grace of He who waits.
So, when I die my heart can rise
upon your valor’s brace.

He’d rename Hatsya’s famed
so my soul could light the way.
Dearbhla true poetess of love
‘pon Orion’s sword held sway.

And up I’d rise at my demise
to crest the sky and space. 

Copyright © Debbie Guzzi | Year Posted 2010

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Dream Keeper

The moon and stars, together scheme
to trespass, searching through the air
until they find my window sill  -
Caressing me with fragile streams
their fingers, stroking, tussled hair
as tender as a mother will

As if to keep my dreams alive
they keep a watch against the dawn
and calm me in my restless sleep -
I'll let the gentle night contrive
a plan to help me sail upon
a cloud, where dreams are mine to keep

The moon and stars together scheme
As if to keep my dreams alive

Cornish Sonnet: 

Copyright © Carrie Richards | Year Posted 2014

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SpongeBob SquarePants: Patrick Star Sonnet

Patrick Star is quite an odd ole starfish. 

Considering he’s a star, pointy, and bright pink. 

The Krabby Patty is one of his favorite dish. 

Bikini Bottom know that Patrick stink. 

Only a job at the Chum Bucket and Krusty Krab. 

Patrick loves to be with his friend SpongeBob.

He always go to Sandy’s to destroy her lab. 

Patrick eat and chews on nasty pink gum blob.

Run to Squidward who despises yellow. 

Patrick loves to fish at Jellyfish Fields. 

Plankton find Patrick to be extremely slow. 

Secretes from SpongeBob was very concealed. 

Patrick Star does live under a brown rock.

Patrick Star will always give you an shock.

Copyright © Briana Williams | Year Posted 2015

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Dusk Interplayed

See the light, the empowering red light Covering our bodies it does imbue Orange, yellow caress my every sight Dusk at its best surrounding our delight Clouds impose beauty, coalescing you The sliver of the moon imparts with might The North Star shines brightly in the night sky Where dusk just slightly starts to fade away Surely the intriguing night does imply Clouds fly through as we breathe in its essence Now turned silver and nearing dark I say Dusk is a memory in our presence See the light, the empowering red light The North Star shines brightly in the night sky Contest: Cornish Sonnet Sponsor: Craig Cornish 3/11/2013

Copyright © Russell Sivey | Year Posted 2014

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Bright And Morning Star

The grace of all He is be with you all
as certain as the end, the promised love
comes quickly as a thief, to bring the fall
of what the world's become, and singing of.

Behold how quickly comes, from Alphas flame;
as naught can end unless it has begun;
the light of one who's called a holy name
will light Jeruselum without the sun.

These words were said--to write--Omega's near.
And all who can will find the narrow way,
as prophesied for all the world to hear,
and then the bride says, come, this is the day.

Those hearing all will come, from near and far,
to Davids' own, a bright and morning star.
© ron wilson aka vee bdosa the doylestown poet

Copyright © Vee Bdosa | Year Posted 2014

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Last Breath

You were a shining Star.
Few of many in the sky.
Looking up so very high,
Not knowing why you are.

Close and set you are far.
Spinning flames  knot a tie,
I note a pattern just like pi.
Colliding with me you spar.

So burn it up and burn away,
Sow your heart upon a plane.
Chart your distance in the clay.
Burn it all up then call it sane.

The explosion in the sky is His death.
All burned up He has no last breath.

(R) Registered:  2013  Ann Rich

Copyright © Ann Rich | Year Posted 2013

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4 Star General

What reasoning is there to study war
and then not turn them loose, in violent rage,
to bring catastrophe forevermore
to near-life who should be put in a cage?

the book of truth from histories remiss,
they laboured with, at West Point every night!
Napoleanic in their sacred bliss
could we deny what is a warriors right?

The stars upon their shoulders, bear with me,
they'll bury every dove in their own waste,
and those not dead will raise the flag and plea,
for Generals to save them in great haste!

       You'll not have any part of them until
         your only choice, is turn them loose to kill.
© ron wilson aka vee bdosa the doylestown poet

Copyright © Vee Bdosa | Year Posted 2014

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Cosmic scale

A tiny speck of dust we are
Mayhap even atoms considering
When I look at the Arcturus star
Orbiting objects cause a shimmering

Maybe an orbiting planet larger than the sun
And for the size of our solar system aliens shun
Maybe aliens are the size of the sun
Or maybe even larger considering Arcturus

Maybe the ancients saw an alien called Horus
But whatever size stars  maybe
Its crazy to think other solar systems empty
When I consider our solar system assembly

So lets consider this one thing
Maybe ETs are really big things

Copyright © Marugu MO | Year Posted 2016

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Shooting Star

Admiring one another from afar
Your fantasy inspired my light to shine
You were the moon, I was a shooting star
Recalling now when paths of ours entwined

I danced with your reflection on the tides
Played hide and seek with shadows in the trees
You looked my way as I came passing by
To flash a smile at me seductively

It saddens me to think how few our days
My love for you I'll keep for times of doubt
I'm grateful that we met along the way
After they flash old stars quickly burn out

If future stars should pass this way again
Remember when we laughed and danced as friends

    An original poem by the "Poemdog" Daniel Turner

Copyright © Daniel Turner | Year Posted 2016

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Promising Sky

An enormous full moon
Filters through the tree limbs
There is no feeling of gloom
Even though darkness swims

Stars twinkle with delight
Amid the cloudless sky
There is no need for fright
A clear pathway is nigh

No photograph could reflect
The splendor of this moment
With only the night to connect
My heart with the sky’s movement	

Moon and stars remind me why
I so very much love the sky	

© July 16, 2014

Copyright © Regina Riddle | Year Posted 2014

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Annual days in our University existed before too, only in annals,
Until the day, she on the ramp thrilled our hearts that came to the ears;
We had ‘Abbey Road on the River’; we lived in our souls and became ears,
That heard the first time ‘unheard melodies’ reverberating through Lit annals.

The Nightingale of India would’ve left her oriole and put her in musical panels;
The roaring Moor would’ve left Desdemona to live, riveting his ears for years,
The brooding Ruth would’ve left her diffidence to dance sprightly for years,
To the thrill of her voice, sounding end to sittings of juries, forever in annals.

She could’ve sung ‘they’re gonna make a big star out of me,’
But, that would’ve rivaled the great Beatles; she could’ve her ‘Jai Ho’ 
That would’ve made Mozart of Madras again dedicate glory to Him.

Lyrics she required not, for, it’s in the listeners’ glee;
Lyres she required not, her voice throbs humans in harmony, robbing ego;
Life is un-lived, if you have no ears for my singing star, not even Him.


Copyright © Swamidhason Francis | Year Posted 2015

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Little Mountain Star

January 24, 2014

Little Mountain Star

Little Mountain Star, how dare you fall to my feet from afar!
You should be dancing across galaxies warm and happy.
You have an attitude that blemishes when you are sappy.
Carry yourself up to the Northern winds and plant your Star!

Take me with you but bring me back with a great spar.
Hot or cold you must not ever get too snoopy or snappy.
Up! Up! Up! I tell you to rise like your big daddy pappy!
Little Mountain Star hear me, oh hear me plead this par.

You are too big,
Much too little,
I will take a swig!
I stand in the middle!

Conquer me or defeat me, I will adore you forever.
I will stand between this to and fro until whenever!

(R) Registered : 2014 Ann Rich 

Copyright © Ann Rich | Year Posted 2014

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Guardians of the Third Sphere

Electromagnetic swirling exploding gasses
The watchers watch the nomadic masses
Since time immemorial this has been done
Master Guardians on the Temples of the Sun

Majestic giants who show their might
Protectors of the realms and infinite light
Photons of Love that cascade to earth
Plasmatic radiance creating life and rebirth

Morning sunshine in fields of blue
Autotrophic organisms are praising you
Their Love through light in all the places
As we feel their warmth upon are smiling faces

Ultraviolet luminance that has become
Spiritual Beings on the surface of the Sun.

Feb.18.2016   ^WW^

Copyright © Winged Warrior | Year Posted 2016

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February 02, 2014


As I lay me down to nourish my sleep,
I am Star-bound with my heavenly light.
I can touch one then two come into sight.
I search midnight skies for a Star I keep.

I pray Thee Lord my Soul to seek!
I pray Thee Lord my great Sunlight!
I pray Thee Lord my only Moonlight.
I pray Thee Lord my Grace I speak!

It’s just so bountiful,
Down to Earth Justice!
So, So, So, plentiful!
I just can’t scratch a surface!

Star-Bound I am stuck in this traffic jam!
Star-Bound I am just as I truly, truly am!

© Copyright: 2014 Ann Rich

Copyright © Ann Rich | Year Posted 2014

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a spark of memory

night after  night
dream after dream
I go to this place 
I've never been

how did I get here
where is this place
a spark of memory 
a familiar face

a sense of belonging
entwined with a heartfelt embrace
amongst night cold pause
whilst ancient stars grace

day after day
night after night
I cherish these dreams
Granted in starlight

Copyright © bree maree | Year Posted 2015

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Revealing to Me

Laying down on my back I look straight up Sky’s filled with small dots and the moon’s a cup Specks are bright with a very brilliant white They are awesome to see, a gorgeous sight The stars bring an aura to me with life No problems in the world I see, no strife I relax when the dots are before me Superior is their glow, completely As I lay on the ground I do notice This sky harbors peace within its darkness For the moon and the stars sure envelope The unmoving specks of light develop The stars move me in my heart seeing true Revealing to me how much I love you
Russell Sivey

Copyright © Russell Sivey | Year Posted 2013

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Observe the light that shines so bright,
Urge heart to show a bliss profound;
Rapture knows sight as truth shapes flight.
Make moments glow on sacred grounds,
Obtain the peace of mind that calms;
Reason keeps still where silence moves,
Note ample ease in whispered psalm;
Instruct bold will to forge clear grooves,
Now is that time to play and dance;
Glimpse the right way to journey far.
Sense joy string chimes in affluent trance,
Touch sensuous play with brilliant star;
Abide fine grace in realms of play,
Restore grand trace love's middle way.

Leon Enriquez
29 June 2016

Copyright © Leon Enriquez | Year Posted 2016

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Topping The Star Charts

Voyager 1’s “The Sounds Of Earth”

Eleven billion miles from the sun
a record, golden when it left these parts,
a runaway hit on Voyager One,
at Ophiuchus, sure to top the charts,
will introduce Mozart to other stars,
not to mention Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode”.
The knock-offs sold in alien bazaars
will knock their socks off or at least it should
make them extend their eyestalks in surprise.
They’ll soon begin to learn to sing along
to whales recorded and the baby’s cries —
adepts might even master Earth’s birdsong.
Should Beethoven not prove to be their fave,
Then Guan PingHu’s GuQin could be their rave.

Copyright © James Ph. Kotsybar | Year Posted 2012

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Rendezvous On A Star

Let me carry you to a waiting star,
With this kiss on your lips, we’ll reach that far
Leave behind all that encumbers your soul
On pristine whiteness with me take a stroll

Hold my hand as I lead you to a place
Where you ‘ll be blanketed in love’s embrace
There is no echo and no living sound
As you and I tumble down to the ground

This rendezvous star is for you and me
There’s no one else our love making to see
We sprinkle stardust as we toss and turn
Temperatures rise as the star starts to burn

The small earth is millions of miles away…
On this throbbing star, forever…please  stay…

Eileen Manassian Ghali

Copyright © Eileen Manassian | Year Posted 2013

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Lone Star Love

He, your father,
Gave you green eyes,
Emerald isles,
To carry you miles,
His obvious love,
Still shines in your smile.

She, the sweet rose
Your lips were made of,
Carried you close
On shoulders above,
She taught you to reach, 
Such was her lone star love.

I am the mirror, a child like you,
Come and little closer, and I will too.

Copyright © James Fredholm | Year Posted 2016

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The Milky Way Watcher

It was past the hour, and I saw your picture hanging from the side of my door.
Its getting colder outside and I sit here vaguely thinking about how you soar.
If there were a million moons closer to earth id figure we would have a Martian. 
If they came to earth I’m sure we could give them something that’s a harshen. 

I held your smooth hand and nothing has ever been the same 
Lost in all the calamity of this world, and not even knowing your name. 
As I breathe in your charismatic scent, I feel you near. 
Beside me in the silence of the hushed stars of this night we fear. 

Flying a spacecraft into the dark abyss can consume someone with a single swallow. 
Jagged craters move faster than the speed of light and destroyed the Apollo.
This isn’t a cartoon like the Jetsons, and I do not get my own dog-named Astro.
The only reason why I’m up here getting paid and risking my life is because of Castro. 

The Milky Way watcher is one of the loneliest jobs anyone can ask for when looking in the sky. 
Time to watch the world pass in a blink of an eye

Copyright © Trent Turney | Year Posted 2016

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a couple's stroll

above an autumn's moonlit sky
'twas there in flight, a hurtled star
then visions land as from afar
what wants 'came focused on mind's eye
was it shining gold that called?
a better man it's left enthralled
fame and power? the skill to jest?
so many dreams, thy brain was mauled
but out from selfish musings sung
a thought so single, bright, and true!
on crisp night air I felt it hung
it melted over, then I knew
for next to me my lover strode
i wished for us a sweet abode

Copyright © Samuel Robinson | Year Posted 2013

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STAR-for Ann

I did not plan,
To meet and fall,
In Love with You!
It Just Happened!
As some things do.
What can I say?

I do not regret,
nor will I fret,
I kind of know.
I guess that you,
don't feel the way I do.

I will always love you.
No matter what.
You do or say.

I can not help it.
Nor would I.
want to.

I will just view You.
from afar,
like gazing at,
a twinkling,

And pray and wait,
and wonder.
the marvel,
that you are.

Copyright © gary dye | Year Posted 2014

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That Night

That night sparse of scant stars
an one falls with a slipping lash
without blinking felt th' pulsars
a shooting star caught my eye flash 
slowly swings coloring crystal tints
an fades as th' firing glow shines
alas; i felt a deep sadness an wince
for a moment in time; left signs
of an unknown worldly rhyme
signal notion a rare sparkle 
to desire images an rank prime
supreme level imaginative theme
vision stars narry fancy goodbye's
an wait for another to lie up there
in sky 

Copyright © Talin Kalishian | Year Posted 2016

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A Tree Sitting in the Snow

There once was a tree sitting in the snow,
Its branches dusted white, content to be.
Shafts of moonlight shinning on it below,
Then appeared a star on top of the tree.
It was sent from above without a word
To herald a birth, with the three wise men. 
No footsteps were seen, and no voices heard,
Appearing each year in that snow packed glen.
It shined ever brightly on Christmas Eve,
Thus bringing joy and hope for all to see.
After that it would fade away and leave,
Its message left behind to set men free.

The tree stood tall, somehow it always knew,
The star would appear, as if right on cue.

Copyright © Betty Janko | Year Posted 2016

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Granted and Given

It is all in the Stars if you look hard enough.
There is always the morning Star twinkling.
And then there is the evening Star blinking.
And then there are layered clouds in a fluff.
Then there is the Sun and Moon and stuff.
Sometimes it looks like the Moons winking.
Sometimes it looks like the Sun is thinking.
Makes me wonder if their day can be rough!
What a wondrous world I live in.
What balance I live by every day.
My life must be granted and given.
So no wonder I take time to pray.
It is granted and given each day just to be me.
Just look up once a day and this you can see.
© Copyright: Ann Rich   2006

Copyright © Ann Rich | Year Posted 2010

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The Lone-Star Saga

Above where Mockingbirds mimic our state,
Almighty looks down upon lovers blessed
Circling porcelain nearing a grate,
Drowning out Providence, failing His test;
Two Pecan Trees fallen once thought a star
Now withered to shells without any glow,
Taking no prisoners claiming too far
Memories lassoed by fate’s rodeo;
Yet, thicker skin worn by He without flesh,
Sent ol’ Sam Houston to paint bonnets blue,
Blossomed forgiveness for indignant mesh,
Grown not for me but as I now to you:
 Put back your ring ‘n take your husband home
  Where Texas-sized love dwarfs The Astrodome

Copyright © Phillip Garcia | Year Posted 2016

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BRight andmorning star

The grace of all He is be with you all
as surely as the end, the promised love
comes deftly as a thief, to bring the fall
of what the world's become, and singing of.

Behold how quickly comes, from Alpha's flame
as naught can end unless it has begun
the light of one who's called a holy name
will light Jeruselum without the sun.

These words were said--to write--Omega's near.
And all who can will find the narrow way,
as prophesied for all the world to hear,
and then the bride says, come, this is the day.

Those hearing all will come, from near and far,
to David's own, our bright and morning star.
......© ron wilson aka vee bdosa the doylestown poet

Copyright © Vee Bdosa | Year Posted 2013

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A Lasting Star

I gaze upon the vast night sky
And I saw a star that caught my eye
I watched the star as it twinkled bright
And wondered about its ancient light

Obeying only the universal laws
Unconcerned by the effect and cause
Destruction and creation are sublime
And exist in the very same moment in time

I wondered if it had ceased to be
And only its past is to be shown to me
From a  million eons long ago
I am blessed tonight by a brilliant glow

But I know if it ever seems to be gone 
It is only evolving and ready to move on

Copyright © Jeanne Berger | Year Posted 2007