This Haiku seems to be astronomically profound. The colloquial wording enhances this style of poetry.
I believe this Haiku could be interpreted many ways. The endless sparkle is a paradoxical illusion that we may only observe in the earths shadow. The stars that are personified in a metaphorical competition are huge heavenly bodies of varying distances, yet the moon seems more fabulous because of our closeness to it. The day can be twenty-four hours yet is perceived as the opposite of night. When we are blinded by the light of the star that is our sun is impossible the view all points of light as we vainly perceive our tiny planet as the center of the universe all night, all day long
I havnt read a haiku, or a nature poem in a while. Youve made me realise what i love about them. *smiles*.
I think that you have so much meaning in this. Haiku's are meant to hold strong meanings but its soemtimes hard to see.
Good usage of discription - it created excellent imagery.
An amazing read - sorry for the short ocmment but i do not know what else to say. Keep writing! :)