Midnight Moonlight - Poem by Satan's Sibling
The moon, it now hangs freely,
Like a crystal ball among the trees.
I stand, waist deep in water,
Too much longer and I will freeze.
I stare at Lunar Brilliance,
A Sign of who I am.
I watch the moonlight goddess,
Watched since the dawn of man.
It's twin sits under the ripples,
Inside the clarity of the lake.
I know soon I must leave,
For the best of everyone's sake.
But the Moonlight draws me in,
Further into my dreams.
Reality seems to crumble,
Falling apart at the seams.
I step that little bit closer,
To the moon within the sea.
A stray from the branching lake,
I only want to be free.
I swim into the ocean,
And slip beyond the light.
I swim underneath the waves,
And feel as if in flight.
Now I see my destiny,
It lay beyond this life.
Like the Eclipsing crystal water,
I never will know strife.
I let my body fall,
Further under the Moon.
I can finally see the one I want,
I know I shall see you soon.
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