The Moon: Chasing Shadows - Poem by Kebe Iwara
oh moon! even with your silvery shoon
you are conceited
anytime i snick enclosed
your appraisal is deleted.
This light that is your eyes
the one that stares at me with lies
tells me you are careful, only about my shadow
-only what it is keen to show.
Like amorous and supercilious eyes, o
would stall my worth to what they see
there are some lads though
who let them do so voluntarily.
If you even can, what i cannot see
you can as well fancy me.
Fagged in me, where else you can eye
you will forget me(my shadow and i)
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