Treasure Island

Lilly Emery

Velvet Moon

How many times I write my tears down
on poetic silk in dark Ink
of my heart that sink in pain

In my heart my days are gloom
at night my heart cry's out to the
Big velvet moon

How many times I had wished my pains
in cold stormy rains that don't
seem to go away nor night nor day
my sadness stays

What have I become?
My sweet friend the moon
hear I am once again
You hold all my secrets I hold

Everyone I know
Goes away in the end
but not you my velvet friend
You hold it all
you seen it all
Even the empire of dirt of evil men
from far

You my velvet friend
you had seen every story
every Love that was mad
every heart that breaks
You even have mine written in color

Oh Velvet moon
You are my friend of truth
I written all my words to you.

Lilly Emery

Submitted: Tuesday, September 02, 2014

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I made a friend with the velvet moon

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