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Rated: E · Poetry · Educational · #2109284
Joe's Little Star shows how light can be changed to sugar in this tale about JOY in green.
Now, when he came to see the light,
old Joe was looking up,
The star he came to see that night
brought warmth to his tea cup.

"You brighten things I trow quite well,
the light so sug'ry sweet,
"My tongue doth dance and then will tell,
how sight becomes a treat!"

"Do let me now begin this tale
so bright to ev'ry taste,
"That here in sky to Earthly vale
I shine the baker's paste."

"How shine you this, O Cook in Sky,
to touch the tooth anon,
"Creating happy belly's pie
in shining light upon?"

"Just this dear wond'ring soul in Earth,
who looks but cannot see,
"The sun doth give the light new birth
through green to sugar be."

Line Count: 20

by Jay O'Toole
on January 19, 2017

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