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Starlight again. Ok. Eve looked up at the fading evening sky, the starlight creating points for the first time since she could remember. She removed her glasses and the light became blurred; she had never understood where stars got their points from.
By Jen on 06.04.2010
perchance I saw the starlight touch the earth
the night I watched the heaven’s distant dance
bright, beautiful, mysterious, give birth
to human form inspiring such romance,
that as I watched, her very face didst glow
and light up all she saw with gentle fire
By Daniel Burns on 06.04.2010
Starlight was emanating from him as he stood on the tricky platform, singing for his only audience. I thought his improvements were the most pleasant surprise, and I knew then that he has got what it takes to be a star. Definitely.
By dessy on 06.04.2010
She gazed at the sky. Where had the stars gone? One night there were here and the next night they were gone. She didn’t know what to do anymore. Nobody would tell her anything. The adults spoke in hushed tones. Things about the sun, and time, and fire.
By Courtney on 06.04.2010
the starlight shone with the intensity of a sun. Her new senses picked up every single little sound, magnifying them to almost unbearable proportions. “So this is what it’s like,” she thought.
By Kirsten URL on 06.04.2010
starlight starbright first star i see tonight
the classic rhyme
i think of when i stare into the night
pondering the galaxies
beings out there
By naomi on 06.04.2010
starlight star bright first star i see tonight i wish i may i wish i might see the starlight i see tonight. starlights are very pretty i wish i was one, they are like beautiful souls in the sky just waiting to be a body, or looking down at loved ones. They are enigmatic and pretty shiny lights.
By kiku on 06.04.2010
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