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Starry Sonnet

As guideposts in the sky to light the way
the heavens' stars assist our human sight.
Big Dipper asterism holds its sway
in northern Ursa Major shining bright.
When sets the evening sun on earthly cares,
the darkest nights with stellar beams will glow,
regardless of terrestrial affairs,
in spectacle of grand celestial show.
But time will tell and truth be told at last
once all is reckoned from our mortal lives
what future we'll create from troubled past
to be recorded in the vast archives.

For constant stars above seem not to mind
the vagaries below of humankind.

by Harley White

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Shakespeare will be proud of you great sonnet, thanks for sharing