Perfect Fool

Rookie (03/01/90 / Knebworth, Hertz)

Moonlight - Poem by Perfect Fool

Moonlight.
It’s so dark and cold
Won’t you come in?

Why do you reside up there
So out of reach
Won’t you ever believe we love you?

Just come down
From your silver stead
And sit with us a while

So many people
Taken in by your beauty
Your vulnerability
But not me

I’ll see through you like glass
While others watch you make silver rainbows in the sky…

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 22, 2010


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