Bron Dayvid

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How a Poet Loves Part 3 (The Cheat)


The Earth and the Sun have been through everything together
The sun was there from day one nurturing and providing
Everything the Earth every needed but
Temptation is captivating and captures
The souls of even the strongest beings
And the Earth though deeply worshiping the sun
Caught sight of a another
With a fluorescent hypnotizing glow
Magnetizing… attracting the Earth
Loyal but weak willed the Earth gave in
To this beautiful structure known as the Moon
And soon… a secret affair surmised
So the Earth fell asleep with the Moon
And woke up with his lover the Sun
Guilty but guilt free enough
To never admit what he has done
As time drifts by the Earth is greeted with pressure greater than gravity
Gravitates into a state of mind that gradually worsens
Guaranteed to be caught he ask himself was it even worth it
Because the love he shared with the Sun was perfect…
Why risk such a beautiful bliss
Finally I found love and then I do something like this…
What have I done…what have I done… to my beloved Sun
The end has now begun……

Submitted: Wednesday, August 11, 2010
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