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Star-caste Post by :search4me Category :Poems Author :Mary Carolyn Davies Date :October 2011 Read :2710

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Star-caste

A star looked down upon the sea,
And to a lighthouse trim said he,
"I wonder what you are!"
The lighthouse twinkled instantly,
"Why, you're the aristocracy,
And I'm a working star!"

(The end)
Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Star-Caste

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