Me You And The Moonfull Lies Of The Heart Depart. - Poem by Michael Gale
Oh solvent moon resolved of thee Earth's plane....
Revolvement moved swift across dark blue'd cloudy sky.
Do not go down-Do not disappear...
Do not hide behind fast moving gray clouds.
I kneel down to knees praying to your brightness of the night...
I pray to thee do not take leavement of flight.
If could i lasso thy encircled girth with the longest rope in tow...
I'd know for sure that you'd be there and to this fact i would be sure to know.
For your ever smiling rounded girth in sky would twinkle like the brightest star that would stare back at me with the slyest wink of the night...
Knowing full well our pact with nature-A promise kept t'ween man
and nature's own solid stature.
A moon over Miami with serene of air and silenced waves...
Did you see that spoon and cow fall over your left behinded side?
Now i know how it is to be mooned...
Unlike being stranded on a deserted island-all alone and pained and marooned.
Space fragments float on down to the surface of yours...
Your left profile would reveal crators and bumps and a surfaced course of course.
Blasted off of tempers flared...
Romance by your appearance reveals some rejection nor recieved too well as fared.
Anger and resentment can be tossed at others creating attracted
scenes long stared...
Only to find your brother man who cheated b'hind your back and
not did cared.
Only my feelings could be spared...
Since in the end we'll never be romantically shared.
Atom bombs have been droped and exploded upon your unmapped unanswered plan...
Never to never to stack and pile plans up to the highest skies.
Kiss to me and kiss to you, Begone of me those no more lies...
Our hearted heat got extinguished-Love's heart's flame really does end and dies.
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