Separate and unite

Stars vying with each another,

Tweaking their brightness, notch higher,

Each time, Moon moved a tad closer,

Jostling from their fantasy thereafter,

Brightest of them all, calling it a day, from nearer,

But each night, away from prying eyes, countless stars eager.

42 words.

Thoughts behind the poem :- While each night stars and moon unite, a time comes when brightest of all stars, Sun enters and calls it a day. They separate only to be re-united again and again.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sammi Cox for running the Weekend writing prompt challenge # 170. The challenge is to write a piece using the word for the week :- Jostle. This week’s word limit is 42 words. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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