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Inhabitants of The Sky: A Poem

Halley is a man who loves to write poetry as an introduction to positive messages for his readers. as a form of social interaction.

Sky

Sky

Sky 2

Sky 2

Space occupants

Various heavenly inhabitants I know and know.

A simple desire to get to know each other.

You guys up there. Listen to my words from a distance.

If you are the Sun, give me a little warm without burning.

If you are the Moon, give light in the corner of my dark place

If you are stars, please do not look away from each other if they are not parallel

I know this self just wants to be grounded let's follow it occasionally without having to burden it.

I know this self just wants to reach you, Pull me to reach the same sky.

You guys up there. Listen to me from me.

If the clouds come immediately present bring bright

If the rumbling starts to join each other, don't add a voice to each other.

If lightning occasionally grabs, don't slap even with just one word bragging.

If today is not friendly, it does not mean that tomorrow we will be opponents.

Because yesterday we forgot to fill each other and ask news.

You Heavenly Residents already have an unnecessary place in the tub.


You Heavenly Residents are already in the most comfortable place.

You sky-dwellers have taken a little part of heaven.

I only hope to be invited together

Although not as high

Even though they are not equal

Even though I'm just behind and on the outskirts

Even if it's just shown

About strength at height

Through the opportunity to take part

To climb each layer

Through trust

So that I feel a small portion of the delights that are divided

Because the inhabitants of the sky call my name a little later

Without feeling loss and want to thank.

© 2018 Halley Kawistoro

Comments

Halley Kawistoro (author) from Indonesia on September 29, 2018:

Now Im wrote about sky, Maybe tomorrow i wrote earth again. Thanks for your comment Mark Tulin

Mark Tulin from Santa Barbara, California on September 29, 2018:

beautiful connection that you have with the sky.