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The Poet Keri


The Sun and the Moon


By: Poet Keri
September 29,2008
Age 11

The Sun and the Moon shine again.
The Sun and the Moon the lights of our days.
The Sun and the Moon, making their amends.
The Sun and the Moon, shining their rays in different ways.
The Sun and the Moon, what light up day and night.
The Sun and the Moon, ones that never fight.
The Sun and the Moon, different but the same.
The Sun and the Moon, on two sides of a frame.
The Sun and the Moon, shining their rays in different ways.
The Sun and the Moon, making their amends.
The Sun and the Moon, the lights of our days.
The Sun and the Moon shine again!

Submitted: Monday, September 29, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, October 14, 2008

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  • Jess Deaves (6/7/2009 9:21:00 AM)

    i love this poem because i can relate to it in my own way, with something thats important. well done and keep up the good work.: D (Report) Reply

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