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As the sun descends under the planet
the moon rises as the sea crys
bursting into tears
not heard
by a plant
not heard
by a animal
but
heard by me
tears and tears that weep
a sea so sad
a sea so lonely
a sea without direction
lost in the darkness
left for blind
left for mute
silent
a silence only existing in my ears
a silence that screams
a sad sea that takes the innocent and the guilty
a sad sea full of tears
only to change its face as the sun rises
like a man with 2 faces


a man not forgiven
but
yet at peace when sun arises
moon
luna
lune
tsuki
all words
that drives a man insane
a man at peace
a sea at peace
as the sun arises
true loneliness only seen
in black and white.
Moon and stars
White shadows only seen in darkness
Engulfs a man
engulfs the sea
All that is left is a sea in tears
All that is left is a man with nothing
but
But moon and stars.

Submitted: Saturday, June 05, 2010
Edited: Saturday, June 05, 2010

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