I like it, as seems to be the way, your imagery, because of and in addition to your word choice, is vivid and striking and rich and complex.
I think I like more the juxtaposition of night and death, whenever someone writes 'Moonlight' it hits like 'Moonlight Drive', for obvious reasons as well as complex. Though I am not a huge fan of this sort of love poetry, I couldn't pull my eyes from your work. well done.
very interesting. as a poet, the wording and organization thereof is unyielding and flows strong.
for the concept, I am equally enamored. it displays classic motifs of the wondering soul in need of purpose, quelled by an answer that a certain type of love is the purpose, (though to whom it is directed is unclear...well done on that part as the journey (or vessel) I deem more important than destination) , and finally, the conclusion will remain true in the sands of time in its resounding negative tone.
the existential soul is forced to search again for meaning, as it should be. well done.