Star Poem

Zala Ejaz a writer of poems for kids, first book published in 2005 at the age of 9.In 2010 second collection of poems published for kids.


© Zala Ejaz
In the dark sky so vast,
The constellation of stars shines in contrast.
Around the glimmering moon,
Shaped like a squirrel, dragon or raccoon.
In the breezy silver night,
Their sparks spread light.
Above the earth and the land,
Over the seaís foam and the desertís sand.
The embroidered skyís silver reflects in lakes.
Sparkling like snow flakes.
Why do stars hide under the grey lining of the clouds?
Why donít they reach the ground.

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