True Divinity

April 14, 2010
By George Babu BRONZE, Williston Park, New York
George Babu BRONZE, Williston Park, New York
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Raging scorch of the sun is put out
By the cool ocean breeze
Like fire and ice together in harmony
Like a blacksmith putting a molten hot sword into
The coldest of waters HIISSSSSS

Time goes by at the wink of an eye
As the sun sets the ocean starts
To glisten like a diamond in the reflection
Of the moon so close that you could hear it calling
Out to you so close that you could sense its presence
Right before your very eyes
But the truth is inevitable
That no matter how close you think you are
That you are two times far away
Its beauty blankets even the greatest
Wonders of the ocean
But there is one that is empowered by the
Moon at its sight the WOLF
Every wolf bows down to its greatness

They cry of despair and wait for its reply
That will never come
Even after generations of sorrow
They cry out for the one they believe in

The author's comments:
I have always been fascinated with the moon my entire life, even when I was a little kid I use to think that there was a man in the moon.

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