jamika Eichelberger (2/24/95)
The sun comes by day,
and the moon comes by night,
but both are such a spectaculair sight,
I could just grasp the sun in the palm of my hand,
like a hot, fiery ball of sand,
and the moon would be a snowball so cold and so light,
it was no wonder it came out at night.
The sun and the moon both give light,
but just a bright one by day,
and dimmer at night.
The never ending sky should also be praised,
its white clouds moving like a never ending maze.
So just remember as you go out at night,
both the moon and sun are a beautiful sight,
and since the moon wont stay when its light,
the sun comes by its beautiful day, moon by never ending night.
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