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Lover and the Moon (poem)

Updated on January 31, 2015

One night a lover chanced to ask the moon

Why a shroud of clouds then hid its light

What was there so much different tonight

Why the air now bears a different tune


He asked the moon if all things were alright

He asked the moon what changes had been strewn

But in the silence chose not to commune

But chose to hide the teardrops out of sight


And so the lonely lover waited there

Beyond the need for reason to explain


Amidst a mist of memories they share

Amidst the Joys that blossomed from the pain


Tomorrow’s sun would shine upon this pair

But just for now they settled into rain


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      Sam Deal 3 years ago from Earth

      This makes me want to sit outside and stare at the moon