The Fallen Star

Poem By Qiniso Mogale

A star that once shined so bright
A star that gave many light
A star that gave many hope
A star that took away that hope
A star that had grace
A star that fell from grace
The star shines no more
The star fell never to rise anymore.

The star became proud
The star became thick headed
The star became arrogant
The star became haughty
The star despised grace
The star shunned wisdom
The star then fell so hard
The star shall never rise again.

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