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Reflection of a Shooting StarFrosty night air with sky so clearthe Stars look like new.Bright and twinkling they shine,surreal luminescence all that keepsthe soft, white worldfrom drifting into utter Despair.Their glow dances upon the frozen fabric,twisting the threads and weave.Then, as if to stave off the night,a star shoots forth from the heavens,Falling to earth in splendor magnified,and Why? And down in the lake, the suddenstar-burst of four kittens under a lid of ice,heading to the four corners of nowhere.
Nobody's HomeEre the day setsThey rise upUpon the windFlying with new grown wingsTo a place we cannot seeWe, left behind,Have but the old shellsMolted skinsOf flesh and boneNothing inside; nobody home