Stars

Stars

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uuuuhhhhhuuuuuuh! ❤ ❤ ❤ this can make the stars blush, Davy! I looooove this a looot! ❤

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… and your uplifting poem does just that. Thank you, Davy.

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So sweet and deep. 👍

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It makes me feel as if I were outside looking up at the stars this moment–beautiful, Davy.

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each time a star shines they lose part of their inner light, so don’t take stars for granted , they shine so humans can be inspired by their fading light. and after they gave up all their light, yes thats when the star means nothing anymore and thought to be dead. Hey! You have inspired me to write a bit of poetry on this Mr D!! Is it ok if I do? And use your words as the quoted inspiration!? Please say yes!

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This was absolutely beautiful!

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Beautiful verses Davy.. the last line though was my favorite…filles with so much hope..

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Wow! What a great verse to start the weekend. Have a good one.

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For some reason this reminds me of something I used to talk about with my oldest son, space dust… when the sun shone just right through the window to reflect off the dust floating in the air. Not sure why, but perhaps the blissfulness of it!

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Really nice. Just what I needed to read this moment to give my lift-up.

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Beautiful! “look at the stars, see how they shine for you…” I’ve learned something new.

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Ding, Ding, Ding – Winner, Winner, Winner!! You help us focus again on how grand and awe inspiring Stars are! They have such a wonderful aura about them. They bring a deep spiritual reverence to us and the power to lift our souls and cure what ails us. I love that stars are so associated with the Power of Love.
Love the science of it too. What we see is the twinkling light from millions of years ago, the past life of a star. Ok, you really earned a burst of gold stars for this – Oh, and thanks again for leaving seeds. Singledust found one that really bloomed! Bravo for that and this Sparkling poem (3 lines again?)

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Lovely image and reminder….thank you. 🙂

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Ahhhhh YES–remarkably lovely and wonderful, Davy!

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No, no. Stars can never die. They are ones that brighten up a darkened sky and your words will brighten them up even more 🙂 Unfortunately in the city that I live in, you can barely see them. You can actually count a handful and that’s about all the stars that are visible here.

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    Thank you for your thoughts NJ. It is a shame how artificial light takes away the shine. It makes it more wonderful when you can get out into the countryside and witness it 🙂

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I have been one of those ailing spirits that have been saved by the stars (and the moon) countless of time. ❤ Lovely piece of poetry, D~

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I love this verse, Davy! The stars and moon are beautiful subjects to write about. There can be so many related emotions wrapped up in our glittery friends in the sky.

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Thank you Gina for taking the seed and creating such wonderful words 🙂

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