Poem #1

A poetry series project by Poet Mike and Me.

Starry night..

Driving my way on the valley of ascending zigzag road
Brighten by the glittering stars above the white gray clouds
I was tempted by the overlooking gleam of assorted city lights
I dropped by, wanting to savor the cold breeze of that night

I listened my speaking heart if she has something to say
She was just observing, silent, smiling yet empty
But I didn't understand why she was feeling so blue
Seems there was lacking in her in which I just didn't know

I looked up the sky wanted to share my sighs in heaven
I was waiting for the answer why my tears were falling
I was reminded there is one star you called after my name
I asked myself is that the most amorous to me comforting?

I wish I could really be the star you named Helen
Even though it sometimes appears and it sometimes doesn't
Yet it gives you a spark never ends even of its absence
Couldn't be erased by time like stars never stop its existence

Helen Sarita

"You Are The Star."
Michael P Clarke.

Up in the heavens the stars are arrayed
In one star woman's beauty i see
Here in this star such love is displayed
This is your star and ever shall be
I shall sing to this star prose simple and fine
I shall sing my own love's serenade
Words they shall flow the sweetest of wine
Those from the heart are never delayed
You are my heaven's brightest star
Hope shines eternal when you are there
Never within reach always so far
Yet you shine on me with a peace so rare
In night's embrace i await for dream
Then in the night passion's fulfilled
The dream shall flow as we do deam
All life's rough waters they can be stilled
Always each night i shall look to the sky
There in the heavens your star shall appear
In the starlight glade we there shall both lie
In our dream our sorrows shall disappear
I hear now the strains of a wondrous guitar
As i see the face that sings in my heart
Forever in my night you are the star
and from my night you shall never part.

(In A Starry Sky Series.)



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