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The Starfish That Fell from the Sky.

The Starfish That
Fell from the Sky

   We all know fish come from the sea,
   And that stars are in the sky;

   But little did I know, that one day,
   Both would drop on by.

   She fell to the ground one starry night,
   And unbeknownst to me;

   There's much more to a starfish,
   Than what I had perceived!

   She beamed when she laughed,
   And was quick with a joke;

   Even still, she was very shy,
   And hid behind a cloak!

   A slight right past Jupiter
   Was where she missed her turn;

   But the little starfish just chuckled,
   At least I didn't burn!
   Knowing she is with me,
   Brings me so much joy;
   And the best thing about her,
   She's sweeter than any toy.
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Author:Knapp, Artie
Publication:Humpty Dumpty's Magazine
Article Type:Poem
Date:Jul 1, 2007
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