Twilight Stars - Poem by Satan's Sibling
I watch the glittering gems,
As they sparkle in the black sky,
Like millions of Souls, winking at me.
I lay upon the gentle grass,
It caresses my stress,
And eases away all of my troubles.
It creates a new world for me,
One where all is well,
But Deep inside, I know it will fade,
Like the moon, sinking from the Night time twilight.
It may be there, but not visible,
Against the harsh stare of the sun.
I lay there,
Waiting for the night to stay forever.
An impossible presage dream.
The moon smiles down on me,
It's gentle basking glow feels cool on my face.
Then there is light,
I squint as the malevolent sun rises,
And beats down on me,
With all it's careless evil.
It dries my mouth and cracks my lips,
Like the dry desert ground.
It stays for a few minutes,
And the sky darkens.
The Unbiased clouds move in.
And release the soothing rain,
It feels even cooler on my face,
And moistens my lips and tongue,
Like a wet cloth,
Dripping precious life down my throat.
I spread my arms like the wings of an eagle,
And welcome the artificial darkness.
And life is anew.
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