I am wondering how "More by your numbers than your light" relate to "That poorly satisfy our eyes" or "You common people of the skies". I am trying to understand this excerpt as a non-native and I am having trouble, because it would make more sense to say "You satisfy our eyes more by your number than your light", but the poorly act as a negation, so I find it perplexing a bit. Is it because it's not entirely a negative? And "You common people of the skies" seems to be a sentence on its own.
Excerpt from Sir Henry Wotton's “Elizabeth of Bohemia”:
You meaner beauties of the night,
That poorly satisfy our eyes
More by your number than your light,
You common people of the skies;
What are you when the moon shall rise?