Sprinkling stardust on me,
Fizza Abbas
May 13, 2015

Sprinkling stardust on me,
I need to survive and
justify my existence,
Elation has become an only
Allow me for once to get vigilant
and wise!

Apr 24, 2014

i think you have
clusters of stars
in your veins
because you
are brighter
than the night sky.

#stars   #bright   #stardust  
Elijah Nicholas
Elijah Nicholas
Jan 8, 2015

Kiss me until we form a universe in our mouths.

#love   #kiss   #life   #you   #universe   #stardust  
There's nothing but stardust
Oct 4, 2015

There's nothing but stardust
On her fingers
And her knees
In her hair and her eyes
She's captured between his love
And her life
How could she leave him?
When he says he's the moon
And stars too belong in the sky
She dreams of running
But he says she'd only get so far without him
So it must be true
Because stars follow the moon
And she's stardust

brandon nagley
brandon nagley
Sep 30, 2015

I want to dance with her upon the universe, as ourn amour' explodeth into;
A million


©Brandon nagley
©Lonesome poet's poetry
©Earl jane nagley dedication (Filipino rose)

And you there rubbing the stardust out of your eyes that fell there upon a
Jul 9, 2014

And you there rubbing the stardust out of your eyes that fell there upon a chance but has given you visions of worlds and skies far above
You are riddled with thoughts of far away worlds that you'll visit only in spirit and never in body
Where violescent atmospheres swirl above the dusty grounds and flicker behind your eyelids
But you'll be content even when others know you as the star-blinded child

         You'll be proud.

#eyes   #unknown   #stars   #stardust  
We are Stardust and the semblance of time
Feb 19, 2016

Tell me there's a chance;
That elation hasn't eluded us
That love in its purest form
Dwells united in our soul

Tell me we are what we seem
More than any other
We are Stardust and the semblance of time
For it ceases to exist in our reality

Tell me the joy in our hearts
Is fated through eternity
That we are who we have always been
Forever, we will share one heart

there is stardust in your veins
Jun 23, 2014

there is stardust in your veins
galaxies drift through your blood
supernovae accompany your heartbeats

and similarly to the stars in the sky
you stay hidden during the day
but at night, when you're at peace
you shine brightly,
with blinding force

I am forced to observe from a distance
much like the dwarfs in space
because you have placed yourself
millions of miles away
millions of miles out of reach

#love   #beauty   #stars   #distance   #stardust   #galaxies  
of stardust?
Mar 15

did you know
we are made
of stardust?

a million wishes
are made upon
our bones
our eyes
and our blood

every night we see
a part of ourselves
dotted in a technicolor sky

every day we bid
those stars a good bye
until the night comes again.

how dependant
we seem to be
on stars.

how dependent
we are on
each other.

this has probably been done a million times
#feelings   #one   #star   #am   #dependence   #stardust   #facts  
*A wanderer of stardust like no other, does not ask why,
Musarrat Bte Salam
Musarrat Bte Salam
Oct 24, 2014

A wanderer of stardust like no other, does not ask why,
The mountain dew don’t weep nor cry.
Transparent and pure in its own plight,
Some phenomenon just shines that bright.
Just like the rainbow in the sky.

A lost traveler with a bow tie,
Remember your strength as you scrape by.
The battle goes on and you are the only knight.
A wanderer of stardust like no other.

True love is vast as the blue sky,
Even if the enemies deny.
You keep your armor on and fight.
Till the end of twelfth night-
For you know heaven is nearby.
A wanderer of stardust like no other.

Rondeau consists of three stanzas, a quintet (5 lines), a quatrain (4 lines) and a sestet (6 lines), giving a total of 15 lines.
The first phrase of the first line usually sets the refrain R it is admissible to use the whole line used as the refrain.
The rhyme scheme is: R. a. a. b. b. a .... a. a. b. R. .... a. a. b. b. a. R.
#lost   #soul   #wanderer   #stardust   #traveler  
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