Catlin L. Crawford
To The Moon And Back - Poem by Catlin L. Crawford
Candle light all around as our shadows dance to the beat
We are entangled together in a triumph of love as we play beneath the sheet
Two lovers full of grace, want, hope, and dream
For this is the most magnificent thing two eyes have ever seen
You cradle me in your loving arms, so very loved am I
For with out love and with out you touch I shall surely die
Oh, sweet love take me away up to the stars so bright!
Dear sweet love like a shooting star you've lit up the darkened night
I cannot wait to see you once more, though I don't know where or when
But I cannot wait for you to take me to the moon and back again.
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