The Poem of the Sun and Moon

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Love poem.

Submitted: June 26, 2009

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I am the sun whose rays warm you
Whose beams light you
And I do this without question
Or reason
 
I am the sun whose warming touch is embraced
By wind, earth, and water
But not you
Not you, my love
Not you
 
I am the moon whose mournful glow
And faint luminescence
Fill your room with soft light
And the dreary lights complimented by the candlelight
And the light flickers and dies, but I am eternal
 
I am the moon whose homely glow and solitude
Is embraced by the darkness and the stars
And the wondrous oceans try to reach me
But come rolling back down
But not you
Not you, my love
Not you
 
For we are eternal and we are lovers
We are the sun and the moon
And we love each other and are inseparable
 
Asunder we come and asunder we go
An eternal chase
And such is love
That you must chase it
For fear of losing it
Even if your love is eternal
 
Asunder we come and asunder we go
We are inseparable
Yet we are never together
Not yet
Not yet, my love
Not yet


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