The Sun and The Moon

March 30, 2012
By WhereAmIWithinMyself BRONZE, Reading, Pennsylvania
WhereAmIWithinMyself BRONZE, Reading, Pennsylvania
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Favorite Quote:
"I know myself... but that is all!" -F. Scott Fitzgerald in "This Side of Paradise"
"A poet looks at the world the way a man looks at a woman." -Wallace Stevens


I see the sun and the moon,
Each in the other’s place.
I see them rush past each other,
Only to slow down like gales to gusts,
A sign of a warm summer night.
I see them with my eyes,
and sense them in my sleep.
I see them radiant behind the clouds,
On a dark and gloomy day,
Their rays bringing me solace.
I feel them when I write,
And I see what I want to see.
I see them grow closer on a chilly fall day,
About to unite in the distant horizon-
An eclipse for a moment- one of wonder for me.

The author's comments:
One day, I saw two entities grow very close to each other, and the scene of their union inspired me to write this poem.

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