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Moon Uncle

Uncle Moon, Uncle Moon!
sun has gone come out soon.
We wait you eagerly
take with too, your platoon.

Our eyes are set in the sky
watching since the twilight.
You and your family
come to glorify the night.

Your rays, come all the way
Sun’s given light you share.
Earth smiles illuminated
you play duty of neighbor.

Huge shining silver ball
we love, the children all.
You are night hero of sky
surrounded by sweet stars.

Uncle Moon, Uncle Moon!
we don’t know your birthday.
But you be there, at your rise
our birthday we celebrate.

Uncle Moon, Uncle Moon!
one thing we are surprised.
Your family stays as it is
everyday, you change your size.

We have our common friend
in this universe, the air.
We stay alive breathing in
rescue you when clouds cover.

We send you our greetings
by flying colorful balloons.
We stars of the earth too
love you much, O Uncle Moon!

Submitted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
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