Unknown Star

Unknown Star ode

Photo by Prince Roy

The unknown star in the skies of solitudes
Away from oddlands and vicious latitudes

Only the nearest to moons of strangeness
To mermaids of wonder and fairies of loneliness

Why it silently mourns the silence..
The crowd of regrets their swaying violence…

Its been no static and shines don’t vain
Many have met it from coasts to plains

Might it be one day, it lands on lands…
Making generously twinkle the sands

Here becomes it the blissful attitude…
The unknown star in the skies of solitudes…

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