Twinkling Stars

From looking down, you look up to see,

The sky is full of billions of stars,

Some are faint, Some are bright.

Then there are those that twinkle and shine,

Ones that turn your head, that make you gasp for air,

You look through your telescope,

You gaze, to find something more than a star.

An unknown universe,

Spectacular, magnificent, just brilliant,

Planets of green, comets of golden fire,

A nebula of neon, a sun of warmth.

And you wonder, if in that same universe,

Through a telescope, they look at you,

Wondering if you will come far, To dash, to fly to their twinkling star.

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