Sol Solis Quod Luna (Sun And Moon) - Poem by Mackenzie Desil
The burning light of mighty Ra
The brilliant shine of our own star
The all Seeing Eye, the sun above
Watching over war, peace and love
In tranquil calm and blazing inferno
The sun burns on with dull bravado.
Another orb of colour white
Burning with an angel's light
Fractured mirror, broken face
Comet craters like tattered lace
Fiercest night and calmest day
The moon will catch the suns last ray.
the sun and moon dwell together
In the heavens now and ever.
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