Earth and Moon

Poem by: laolsen

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just a poem i wrote one night after me and my girlfriend were having some problems.

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Submitted: January 06, 2008

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Submitted: January 06, 2008

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I think of you every day,

when I look up in the sky,

when I swim down in the sea.

Our love is everlasting,

a bond between two.

Like the Earth and the moon,

a pulling attraction that continues to endure.

I can not mention the pain of not having you,

my bones ache and my teeth grind, my hands shake

and my heart stops.

Never more do i wish for this,

without you my moon, I would cease to exist,

my sea's would be violent, and deathly at most.

But if we stay together, just you and I, we can at most,

try and try. Though those may try and move us apart,

my love for you shall never part.

 


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just a poem i wrote one night after me and my girlfriend were having some problems.
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