Neil Armstrong - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
I was walking on the beach in a silent night
saw the Moon was crying
a tear dropp fell on my hand
like a ball of lead.
I became a sparrow bird
and flew in the sky and reached the Moon.
I said how I loved her so much and she is my only hope.
Then she laughed and told
' You are a small creature and my love is to someone
who gives light equally to all and I run after him forever
Yet, I cannot meet, I am surprised how you came to me
like an arrow
My son, if it's possible in the same way you fly to the Sun
and tell still I love him'
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