You've been producing a few poems each month consistently since July on this forum. Practically everything you post is free of typos and has obviously had a good deal of thought and care invested in it - those two facts alone set you apart from the vast majority of writers who post on the internet.
However additionally you show a natural grasp of tone and meter - in other words, you possibly don't even know you're doing it "right", you just do, and above all from time to time you come up with some extremely fresh and startling images. This is something young writers often find hard to do. For instance take the absolutely wonderful opening stanza in this poem:
"Lying on my blanket
Of glittering, satin stars
Moon curled in my lap
Sunlight sitting in a jar"
Dangerously you use three of the most overused cliches in poetry, those annoying astral bodies - the moon, the stars and the sun! Not many poets could put those three into four short lines and produce something that didn't have at least one excruciating cliche. But not only do you manage to do it, you do it in a way that produces an original and breathtakingly beautiful opening to a poem.
Let's take a look at what you do.
L1 opens the poem with a nice clear image, nothing special, in fact something we have often heard before. However, the line break on "blanket" is very strong and sets up the next totally unexpected, but ever so believable image and metaphor in L2. Thus although the phrase "blanket of the night" and even "blanket of stars" has been heard before, you have managed to turn it around and present it in such a way that it produces surprise and delight. An altogether wonderful metaphor. (You'll have to forgive me here because I don't know your level of technical expertise, and am not sure of whether you are aware of the role of metaphor in poetic expression).
Having established the metaphor L3 is for me the jewel in the stanza. Do you have any idea how many hits I got when I Googled "moon curled in my lap" - none! Pretty amazing. Most poems with phrases about the moon generally come up with about a zillion hits, putting them well into the cliche zone. It's a stunning little image in a well paced opening. L4 is pretty darned good too.
The poem goes on strongly (in fact, having read all your poems here, I think it is possibly your strongest), with more nice metaphors (the yarn one working in nicely with the blanket) and a close which is quite thought provoking.
Anyway, I'd be interested to know who you are reading right now, and whether you've had any formal help with your poetry; textbooks, workshops, etc? Are you for instance conversant with metre? After half a year of mostly poems in short lines with mainly iambic or trochaic meter and generally with end rhymes, I think if you want to progress you would do well to start experimenting a bit, get a good poet's handbook, and to read some good contemporary poets. You certainly have the potential to be a very good writer, but don't get stuck in a poetic rut! If you want any help, give me a shout, I be glad to try and assist.
PS Nice title to this poem too.