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MOONLIGHT TIME
 

Not too long after the rays
Of the setting sun
Have slanted until gone again,
Another mood will have begun.

The moon provides a dimmer light
That very often misses
Deep shadows that lovers seek
For heated, romantic kisses.

With night lighted by the moon,
Best plans often go awry;
More easily have been suppressed
Beneath a sun-drenched sky.

While a partial moon serves love,
Passionís waves are somewhat dimmer.
Then, with full moon on the rise again,
More romantic moments glimmer.

After a rest of sweet content,
Too soon rays of sun will shine.
Too soon, too, will lovers part
Until, once more, itís moonlight time.

cj

By The_Pip2

© 2019 The_Pip2 (All rights reserved)

 

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