Sun And Moon - Poem by Josh Burnett
I keep holding on to this life.
Keep listening to these lies.
That run throughout my mind.
Trying to tell me that it's alright,
But it will never be fine,
Until I have my queen at my side.
I can no longer watch the moon turn the tide.
Because you are that moon,
And I am the sun when you hide.
We both run in a straight line,
And never will be able to find
That you and I could be called mine.
I guess 'I Love You' will never abide.
As the moon makes the sun cry.
I guess the moon has to much pride.
As the solar eclipse is denied,
But the sun always rises
Trying to provide.
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