MoonLight | Teen Ink


June 20, 2011
By EnochDreams GOLD, Simi Valley, California
EnochDreams GOLD, Simi Valley, California
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Favorite Quote:
Hence poetry is something more philosophic and of graver importance than history, since its statements are rather of the nature of universals, whereas those of history are singulars. - Aristotle

‎"I think the biggest thing that my failures have taught me is that you can't succeed without failing"

-Rick Riordan

Feelings once found now so lost, were did they all go?
To the ground I have tossed, those feelings that are now even more lost.
My emotions have mixed a feeling of emptiness she's the boss.
My master in life, wears all black as dark as night, my love the moonlight.
We live side by side with no lies deceit no more tears or fright.
Arguments finished were doing it right. My love I cried so many tears
when we fight. I shed them, all gone now Her eyes bring me loving delight.
In the midst of future sights my love to me on a whim i see in my sites.
The sky so bright from her love, love of mine my moonlight.

The author's comments:
This was about one of my old friends. I had nicknamed her Moonlight.

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