Have You Ever Seen, The Sun Blink?
I have seen the Sun blink many times, every time Lady Moon winks
Long eye-lashes cause the Sun to go to sleep in her arms
I have seen the Sun blink many times, too weak for the power of the Moon
I have seen her glow, turn the Sun into snow, with just a wink
She has all the stars that light up the sky, and blinds the Sun's eyes
I have seen the Sun go to sleep, when Lady Moon, just blinks an eye
Stars, like guardians of what is bright and true, serving Lady Moon
I've seen the Sun close its eye, the powere of Lady Moon is too bright
Who really, rules the sky, is it Sun-Light or, Lady Moon-light? Who do we fear,
Then we ask, who gives our heart's life, the Sun is there, then with a wink
Of a Shadow, the Sun falls away, into the arms of the Moon-light, as I hold you
Tight, have you ever seen, the Sun blink, tell me, what do you think?
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Princess Moon (18.104.22.168) -- Monday, September 12 2005, 10:58 pm|
I really enjoyed this one to a special quality. To me, this poem was like painting all these pretty colors the sun and the moon hold in my mind you know, I love poems that make my mind imagine that way. Very beautiful Martin! Genuis!
|Martin Vann (22.214.171.124) -- Tuesday, September 13 2005, 02:32 pm|
Princess Moon, May all the Sun's warmth cover your heart, may all the star-light between the Sun's love which is our moon-light, always cover you with love. May there always be Star-light in your pretty eyes. When you sleep tonight or try, as you think, about a burning heart, I pray. you will always see the Sun, the Moon, and all the Star-Light in between.
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