The Stranger Night Five - Poem by Jennifer Panner
The moon comforts the stranger as he lies beneth the stars tonight.
Knowing that the dark star sleeps under the same bright sky.
There is nothing that says they are apart, only the distance,
But they are so much more closer by the heart.
As he drift to sleep he feels a present, but he is not afraid
Her scent fills the room and his mind is at ease
Then something brushs up against his skin, yet again he doesnt fear for the gentle touch is one he knows o to well
Restlessly awaking only to find hirself yet alone
Drifting back to sleep hoping she will be there once again
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