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A children's story.

Twila Twilight

Twila twilight just hangs in the sky,
Watching every night the stars shoot by,
She dreams of being a bright star someday,
But until then in the sky she値l stay.

One night Twyla Twilight was sitting in her room,
Looking out her window at the crescent moon,
When all of a sudden a falling star she did see,
And began to wonder is there anyone besides me.

Now the twinkling of the stars was Twyla痴 light,
As she hung around the sky at night.
For Twyla is a star you see,
And she wishes not to be.

Now Twila is just a little star,
That cannot be seen from that far.
She knows no one can see her at all,
And dreams one day of taking that fall.

And when she becomes a human being she値l be,
All bright and lovely for the world to see.
She値l be able to be whatever she dreams,
And she値l dance around like bright sunbeams.

She値l live and laugh and have some fun,
And be able to feel the warmth of the sun.
Then Twila can look up into the sky,
And see all the shooting stars go by.

And gasp at this wondering sight,
That can only be seen late at night.
For Twila now can live and play,
And do many things in the light of day.

She can feel the wind blow across her face,
And touch the finest clothing lace.
She can feel the coldness of the snow,
And see beautiful colors of a rainbow.

She値l be not lonely and make lots of friends,
And have them around if the dream ends.
But little Twila just hangs in the sky,
Thinking of life and begins to cry.

For Twila痴 just a little star you see,
And she wishes not to be.
But Twila will cheer up and be quite bright,
If you wish upon her late at night.

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray
This is a nice "teaser," Fawn. Love and peace,

Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
Hi Fawn,a well written piece,I enjoy reading it,take care

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