Eclipse - Poem by Theo Williams
Oh thou dearest heart I carry in thine
That of a sun and moon whence eclipsed
For thy souls briefly intertwine
Once upon thou heart, my lips glimpsed.
For ‘tis rare the meeting of moon and sun
Tho' once together indeed with love they fill
‘Neath this beauty the worlds now begun
With an ephemeral romance the birds trill.
In the arms of thy sun is the moon embraced
Painting the skies canvas with their dalliance
Inside thy heart is a girl's heart safe placed
To the tune of her eclipse we together dance.
Oh for if ever she is the tender moon
O'er her, the core of my sun fore'er skips
Her dulcet lullaby, an ineffable tune
Does always remind me of our fleeting eclipse.
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