Kendra Tyler

Rookie - 0 Points (04/01/1976 / portland, oregon)

Same Moon - Poem by Kendra Tyler

The same moon shinnin' on you and me,
In its golden glow I imagine I see.
My reflections shinnin' bright in your eyes,
As I lay in my bedroll ` neath
The great Western skies

The camp fires fadin… a breeze starts to blow.
Storm clouds are building to the South real slow,
Night birds call it's your name the speak
Each raindropp that falls is a
Kiss on my cheeks.

You're the one that I've always loved,
You're the one that I'm thinkin' of
Because you're the reason why
I'll love you forever as the years go by.

The sun's just breakin' over the hill
As I wake to sounds of the mocking birds trills.
Dew sparkles like jewels in the grass
As my pony heads for the last mountain pass

The shadows have shortened to the
Top of the day
My pony's pace quickens ` cause
He knows his way
Though it's still several hours
To our old home place
Where I'll gaze once again on
Your loving face

The stars in the dipper shows
That it's late
As I stop to open the last wooden gate
Light from the window casts a warm yellow glow
N` smoke from the chimney's curlin' softly and slow.

I step off my pony… you come to the door.
Then I'm bein held in your arms
Once more
Now, I'm where I really want to be
With the Same Moon shinnin' on you and me

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 25, 2012

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