A Tale of Two Lunas
I said to the moon
As I stared out my window,
'Won't you take me away Luna,
And save me from the troubles of life? '
She smiled in reply
And whispered sweetly in my ear,
'Of course Luna darling,
For we're one and the same.
I see your heart's confused and I'll make the greif go away.'
So I crept down my stairs
And stepped into the light of the moon.
She let me elope
And become her pale dancer.
I waltzed with her In the open night air
And my mind and heart were free from all greif.
When the morn came she said,
'Goodbye my sweet Lunita,
I'll save you again tomorrow but for now I must disappear.'
'Oh Goodnight my lovely Luna,
And I thank you for the dance.
I fear without your light,
I would never have the chance.'
So the moon left and I was once again a
Lone little Luna.
But she came back that next night,
And again I was her pale dancer.
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