A Moonlight Walk - Poem by Alan Gruetzmacher
If you walk in the night,
you need not be full of fright.
For the great Lady Nyx is by your side,
and there until morning will she abide.
There for help,
There for protection,
There for love, and caring, and affection.
But beware, if her hand you let go,
She will look down and say, 'oh no.'
For in that second, you will be lost,
to be swallowed up by darkness and frost.
It's your choice to stay by her,
she wishes you would so dear,
so that she may take all your fear,
and keep your vision from being a blur.
Nyx, great Lady of the Night,
Lend us your power and strength on this darkened night.
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