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The Moon and Stars

The moon and stars
Come out to play,
When the sun comes out
They all run away.
The moon that smiles
The stars that sing,
Are music of the night
When they ring.
Stars shine
To light the way,
Moon shines
To vanquish the day.
So if you're lost
In the night,
Look up to the stars
And follow the light.
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Victoria Bryant-Mazyck More than 1 year ago
I think this reminded me of the underground railroad. Slaves used to follow the north star, and the dipper, which they called "The Drinking Gourd". Wow, it is powerful!
Alicia Hopkins More than 1 year ago
it's good rhyming poem but could use more. I felt like there could be more to it.
Gray Matter More than 1 year ago
You are using words to fit the rhyme, omitting or overlooking the right words to convey what you actually want to say. I suggest having a thesaurus close by when you write poetry.
Cornell Mack More than 1 year ago
nice
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