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Lost Moon

He walked along the path across the moonlit scene

Tiptoed for a while on the smooth craters of the full moon

Dreaming of her silhoutte reflecting upon turquoise sea

It was not until he heard of  a moon fairie’s voice

He realised it was nothing but a sweet deception

Surprisingly enough,it was a monumental moment

The fairie turned around over him and sang a song to him

 

‘’We have seen it before, love,sour joy & bubble gum candy drops

They all come & go,

The only one that remains is the key of  candid starlights blow a touchy kiss

 

He dazzled for a second,fairie touched his noice with a  sensation

‘’Stupid you,would you genuinely imagine that you might find her inside this white cocoon?

Many years ago, she looked up to the sky and turned into a butterfly with immaculately embroidered delicate wings

And when she passed away,the stars collided  & numerous planets swung and fell to the ground, you could take them to your home’’

 
Unusual beams of hurt coincidentally accumulated at the seams

Beneath the dreamland of this two lies a mortally beautitous tragedy

The wawes wrote poems,songs & odes dedicated to this heart no longer beats

The moon was covered with a dark veil mourning demise of serendipity

The night embraced the dusk’s breath and skin of twilight forevermore

 

Far distances from galaxies he came along the star ways which are tenderly built

To find his queenie he wonders of at starry nights  in dreams he dreamt

But someday they could be together through the love’s healing power he believed

By his passion,he’ll seek her in his all distilled love he has saved

Yearning for this girl who lived by the sea,over the moon and continued to be cherished
bluegreen97
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