Symphony of Moon

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A sweet soft poem about death and enlightenment. The moon in this poem is a metaphor. Please comment.

Submitted: December 26, 2007

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Submitted: December 26, 2007

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Sang to me the song of death
A sweet lullaby of pain
Lost in your soft melody
Until the morning came
We watched the silent goddess moon
As she waxed and waned
Through our never ending night
You sang to me again
A story of the night you wove
And softly you did speak
A symphony of suffering
So beautifully mystique
An aura of pure bloodlust spoke
As we wade into the night
Your cadence matched by beauty alone
Illuminated in moonlight
A tapestry of death
As vivid as the day
If eternity you could sing
I’d gladly waste away
But even immortality must end
As the morn’ does come once more
But you shall sing again for me
When we meet upon deaths shore.


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