Stargazer


Stargazer, stargazer, why do you stare?
Has Taurus vanished somewhere up there?
 
Stargazer, stargazer, what do you see?
Are comets blazing far above me?
 
Stargazer, stargazer, I hear your song,
Echoing softly all the night long.
 
Stargazer, stargazer, who will you tell
If a star wobbles and falls in a well?
 
Stargazer, stargazer, if you retire,
Who’ll tell the children of heavenly fire?
 
Stargazer, stargazer, how will the crow
Tell me the names of the stars that you know?
 
Stargazer, stargazer, may your voice last!
May it be fiery and may it be vast!

 
Poem © 2019 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
 
More Midweek Motif at Poets United: “Looking at Stars”

Posted on September 11, 2019, in light verse, Midweek Motif, Poets United, Rhyming poetry and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. What a shiny and gleeful song

  2. Love the note of innocence ringing in every line : the joy, fear and prayer in all.

  3. Yes, this is a great read and reminds me of an oldnursery rhyme.

  4. Wonderful work indeed!

  5. A song for the star gazer. I really liked the ending. A wish eternal.

  6. Well, this poem knocked my socks off! With its combination of your humor and seriousness, it touches both the child and the grown-up child in me! Now another name of God for me will be Stargazer.

  7. I love this, especially wondering how the crow will learn the names of the stars that you know.

  8. Yes, stargazer keep looking and keep speaking.

  9. The rhymes and the tone of this reminds me of the chilhood star light, star bright nursery rhyme.

  10. I enjoyed this thoroughly! You’ve cleverly hidden all the answers in the questions themselves!

  11. I loved reading this. A wise rhyme.

  12. I love this time of year, staring at the stars. This weekend watch the moon for migrating birds. You might be lucky and see the amazing silhouettes of them passing by.

  13. Liked the rhyme. and rhythm.

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