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STARS

As the fading blush of twilight recedes,
On a calm and tranquil summers eve,
And shimmering specks of silver light,
Faintly emerge to adorn the night,
I gaze upon the stars. 

Stars are the universal
thread,
That connects all consciousness thus,
For that which we imagine,
In turn imagines us. 

Like all who are sentient,
And all who have come before,
We ride a wave of wonderment,
And crash on starry shores. 

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Cherie Leigh

Hi Peter. I really loved the imagery in this...the journey of spirit and experience of life...I find that beautiful.  I had to pin it. xo ;)

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Peter

Thanks Cherie, the second stanza describes a thought i had that when we look at stars we imagine other intelligent life forms and when they look at stars  ( possibly the same constellations) they imagine us therefore stars are the thread of imagination that unites conciosnes in the universe ☺

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Cherie Leigh

That's a pretty cool concept and logical theory Peter. I like that. Thanks for elaborating your thoughts. xo ;)

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Peter

My pleasure Cherie ☺

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Being Me

I love everything about this poem. I love the rhyme scheme and the flow and the words used ... those sparkling words that bring this write to glittering life. Cosmic!  📌📌 x

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Peter

Thanks so much, the second stanza describes a thought i had that when we look at the stars we imagine other intelligent life forms and when they look at the stars  ( possibly the same constellations ) they imagine us therefore stars are the thread of imagination that unites conciosnes in the universe. ☺

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