Saturday, July 19, 2008
She was the “sun and the stars” to me.
What does that mean, exactly?
I’ve heard it said, now and then.
She was my heat and my light?
Her nearness was far, yet closer than it might have been?
When she shone, I felt warm?
Too bright at noon?
Just right at night?
Astronomically speaking, one thing is sure.
The person who says it
Has no idea that the sun is a star!
My guess is that, since the whole phrase
Is housed in the past tense,
The speaker would rather she had twinkled,
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