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Aubrey Silver

(12/06/91 / new mayhem)

A Day in The Night?


the night and the day are both twin sisters
both are exact twins but both stand for 2 things
in ones hand she holds the sun
in the others hands she holds the moon
the twins are both kind and wise
the twins are both sisters in her mind and soul
but what happens when they choose to rise and walk at the same time?
the sun and the moon meet each other once a year
the sun and the moon met twice this year
the two greated and made a new breed
they made the breed that chould govern the night in a way they both cant
they created a new person who flew through the sky
he had long blond hair and golden eyes
apon his left arm he bares the celtic cresent moon
apon his right arm he bares the same celtic sun
and under his left eye he has a small mark of the twins.
this mark is a doubled five pointed star one is right side up
the other was upside down it was his personal star.
he was the first of his kind
he was the first of the silver line.
his name was calm silver.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, August 10, 2011

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