The Sun and The Moon
You are the sun,
I am the moon.
Each day we turn around to a different view.
You blaze so brightly and share your light,
To help me burn through the darkest night.
You are the day and I am night,
Together we give Earth it's sweet light.
If only you'd give into this sweet romance,
So sun and moon can begin to dance,
Just like in times past.
I can see the sun within your gaze,
As your stares create a maze.
Down my body in a line,
Your look brings a shiver down my spine.
This is why we are the sun and moon,
You cannot forget me and I cannot forget you.
We come together once in a while,
To finalize our desires.
But if I were to chose a time,
I'd ask to see you every night.
I hope you feel the same way too,
Otherwise I'm just a moon.
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