A Moon Lit Night - Poem by Bailey Schatte
Walking in an open field with nothing but the moon to light the night,
They walk with no path intended,
Just where their love shall take them;
The girl will giggle just as the guy will smile,
For they are full of joy to have one another's presence.
In the distance,
They spot a leafless tree with branches that spread out over the ground,
As they become closer,
The tree becomes filled with beauty,
It is a perfect piece to their calm moon lit night.
Now under the tree,
The boy takes the girls hand and drops to a knee,
And gazing into her eyes he can't help but smile,
His stomach is filled with butterflies while his heart races back and forth,
Finally he takes a deep breath and says,
"You are the one thing in my life I am proud of,
Without you I see no reasoning for my existence,
Through all the things we've been through,
I have stayed both faithful and strong,
And now I ask,
With your hand in mine,
Will you marry me this breath taking night? "
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