Lynzi Berner

Twilight Lovers - Poem by Lynzi Berner

Soaring through
the darkness
The stars cry
our names
as we begin our game
of hide and seek

Behind Jupiter
around Saturn's rings
Plutos to cold
So why would you
hide there

Come, lets go to Venus
where we always
had our picnics
Or over to Mars
where we'd dance
and talk for hours

I know
lets go back to Earth

Lets return
and find each other
all over again

Maybe this time
we'll get it right
and in that first moment
before that first touch

We'll see the stars again
and hear laughter
drifting slowly down
from the moon

The wind will surround you
and you will hear
I love you, I always will

We will look at one another
and decide
Will things be the same
this time?

Or will we finally
give in to the love
that even the stars
weep for

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 8, 2006

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