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For you are my moonlight at night.

Poetry By: ToniTaylor

I'm going to give out the actual meaning of this.

This poem is mainly about distant love, and how they both live so far away. When he is "gazing at stars", meaning it's night where he is at; she is "daydreaming.." meaning, it's a day for her. She asks if they should "let go", yet, his blue eyes are all she thinks about, and even though they can never be really together, they still love each other, and know how wonderful it will be if they lived closer. He is the moon, the night; she is the sun and the light. Thus the moon/moonlight and the sun are a metaphor.

Submitted:Jul 7, 2011    Reads: 130    Comments: 12    Likes: 5   

Another day
another night
once again
you're out of my sight

There's no one to blame
it'll always be the same
there will always be
oceans between us

You've always asked me
"how can this be?"

How can two people be
meant for each other if
they're both on each
side of the planet?

When you're gazing
at the stars
I'm daydreaming
about love on Mars

Should we let go?
how impossible
could this possibly be?
Oh but your baby-blue eyes are all I see

I'm just trying to accept that
it's impossible for
the moon to love the sunlight
they could never be together

They are seperated forever
yet everyone knows what a
wonderful sight it would be if
the moon and the sun were up at once


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