Sitting On A Star
Author: Pamela O'Brien


A thousand eyes that watch,
And twinkle with bewildered lust,
They are the obscurity,
That make a portrait of the dusk.
Sitting on a star that gleams,
With a heart so pure and true,
Creates an awe so immense,
The sensation conquers you.
Imagine watching life below,
Their moments of solitude,
We're never really by ourselves,
But always pushing through.


Comments on this poem/writing:

barb ( -- Monday, September 30 2002, 01:42 pm

yea positivity and beauty

I love your poems they aren't disturbing or negative,
they are full of hope. and that's what I need thanks.
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