Andrei Honciuc

Lonely Moon - Poem by Andrei Honciuc

One by one the stars appear
When the sun goes down to rest
And although they seem so near
The moon weeps in loneliness

Moon tears fall upon the howlers
But they beg her not to cry
Darkness makes suffer the flowers
That feed on strayed sparks in your eyes

When the sun comes up to shine
The moon is long forgotten
Yet somewhere in the back of your mind
Her face lies loved and begotten

So every night she shines her brightest
To over throw the stars
Using her rays to meet your gaze
Although you are so far

So next time you wish upon the moon
Your wishes shall come true
As little as you may notice
She shines only for you

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 16, 2014

Poem Edited: Friday, January 17, 2014

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