Sister Moonlight - Poem by Kelsi Brockway
My sister moonlight
slips parallel on the ground.
Sweet hard feeling,
I sang before the grass
with the leaves dancing in the background.
Livid with happiness!
Twinkling star light shines
upon the crowned trees.
Honey bees slumber
within familiar combs of sweet nectar.
Animals look to my loving comrade
sighing their farewells.
They burrow in familiar nooks,
they smell of dirt and home.
So goodnight my dearest friend,
and when tomorrow ends
we shall meet again.
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