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 ~*~ Star Gazing~*~
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~*~ Star Gazing~*~


As we look up into the sky at night,
Stars in the constellations are shinning bright;
On a dark night, 1000 or more stars may be seen,
Each illuminating the galaxy with it's brightest beam.
Rotating within a few light years from us today,
The sun, the nearest star we see every day;
Warms the earth or sunbathers on the bay.
Giving light to earth from nine million miles away.
Eight point seven light years away up high,
We see Sirius, the brightest star in earth's night sky;
While the Milky Way, a big strip in the sky, that we see,
Is the light of many stars in our disk`shaped galaxy.
Patterns of the stars in our constellations, gives us insight,
To plant in Spring, harvest in Fall, when comes daylight;
Twinkling and flickering, by turbulence in the atmosphere,
Shinning stars in the galaxy is what we see from here.


Copyright@2006 Mary Jane Balthazar

`Good-nite, My Love`

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