Bill Simmons


Harvest Moon - Poem by Bill Simmons

Harvest moon, Shining overhead tonight
Guiding my way, shining so bright
Once I knew her love, together we shared your light
But that was before, these tears in my eyes

Harvest moon, Shining in solitude
Here I am, alone with you
Tell me what to do, Here is my heart
What must I do, my world falls apart

Now here I stand, alone in your light tonight
Where I once held her hand, can you make it right
Tell me what to do, please harvest moon
As I share, alone these tears with you

The falling star I see, could that be really me
Harvest moon, what becomes of me
Standing in the moonlight, sharing my heart tonight
Harvest moon, the tears fall tonight

Harvest moon, shining overhead tonight
Here I am, with the rest of my life
We once walked together, loved within your light
Now alone, I cry with you tonight


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 12, 2004



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