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Following Stardust

By MagicMysticFantasy All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

Following Stardust

Do you see me,

now that the night is falling?

Do you see me,

my lucky star?

Do you see me,

now that the Sun is sleeping,

moving back to where it starts?

Do you hear me,

now that the wind is rushing?

Do you hear me,

my little star?

Across the world my voice is calling,

reaching out to touch your heart.

How long have I searched for you?

How long have I roamed the world?

Just to find my Stardust child,

as through my dreams you twirled.

I knew one day you'd leave me,

spreading out across the land.

I only thought that when you did,

we would be hand in hand.

But that was not the case,

and now you are long gone,

leaving me to trail behind

singing out this song.

For now I follow the heavens,

and traverse across the sea,

until we two can meet again,

and you and I become we.

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