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Stelliferous Poems - Poems about Stelliferous

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Stelliferous Arc
...Stelliferous arcs, of chiffon-sewn cosmic chains and rose-glazed silk yarns, a tapestry of crystal- love-tendrils on eden's heart.......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, fairy, fantasy, heaven, love,
Form: Tanka

By Happenstance
...By happenstance a glance may say we humans saw the light of day in universe’s vast expanse to personate our song and dance within a fleeting earthly stay. At night black velvet sky array stel......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, earth, humanity, stars, truth,
Form: Rondeau
Celestial Renaissances
...New stars are born from those that die as pearly revenants on high to occupy the vaulted sky stelliferous to earthly eye. When Sun shall lose its healing glow that shines upon our world below ......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, birth, creation, death, humanity,
Form: Verse
Close Cosmic Encounter
...A barred spiral galaxy in the Giraffe has one of the arms curled in front of its core where dust laden lanes in the grouping outpour as Hubble has shown it for earthlings’ behalf. Some sort of ......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, creation, humanity, nature, senses,
Form: Verse
...Within the mind we are confined; the body shuts us in. And sadly sometimes humankind throughout its thick and thin has suffered serious disease that tests our mortal grip on evolution’s risk......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, encouraging, hope, humanity, space,
Form: Verse

Stelliferous Heavens
...I’d glide away into the cosmic flow in quiet of the canopy of night to leave the tumult of the world below with wishes having wings to guide my flight. In quiet of the canopy of night the stel......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, day, light, night, space,
Form: Pantoum
Hen's Wings
...A pair of blue wings is hovering against the inky black covering within ‘Little Fox’ constellation of Vulpecula designation, portrayed with stipple sidereal in Hubble image ethereal, ‘Hen two......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, allegory, animal, fantasy, inspiration,
Form: Verse
Cosmic Jewels
...If Keats could have seen through Hubble’s eyes when the sonnet ‘Bright Star’ he wrote, meaning its telescope-imaged skies with those stellar tableaux afloat, would he have noted ‘aloft it hung’......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, earth, fantasy, nature, poetry,
Form: Verse
Favourite Dream
...On a stelliferous full moon night, A lady, clad in white, Came out of an oyster. Wow! The crowd is going boisterous! She is wearing a glittery silver gown. Look at that beautiful crown! She is......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, strength, success,
Form: Rhyme
Sidereal Generations
...My genealogical family tree was traced by a relative distant, thus uncovering ancestral names for me, of some who had seemed nonexistent. The past came alive in my fantasy world with visions o......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, analogy, family, history, music,
Form: Verse
Lunar Rhythms
...Birth of a pearl on a stelliferous night. Amidst, shimmering iridescence, crepuscular morphing light. Beautiful fireflies dancing to the tune of “aye!” Dressed in white, gracefully gleaming brigh......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, best friend, blessing, feelings,
Form: Rhyme
Infinite Rondeau
...Infinity is what we sense when musing on the vast immense with universes yet to mold in starry heavens still untold awaiting gazers in suspense. Astronomers of why and whence search stellifer......Read More
Categories: stelliferous, dream, inspiration, poetry, stars,
Form: Rondeau