Moon and sun love story poem
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sun and moon poem
May 7, by Ashlee Krammes. There once was a moon, as beautiful as can be, only the stars could fathom, but the sun could not see. The sun so radiant, he burns so bright. The moon so luminous, but only showed her face during the night. She was untouchable, surrounding herself with a blanket of darkness. The sun would give anything to catch a glimpse of the Moon illuminating the beautiful night sky.
Our chemistry Results in day and night, The turning of the tides Warmth and coolness. An organ set ablaze. Unimaginably hot and wildly untamable, fervently consuming all it is fed; the good and the bad. It radiates a heat that can thaw cold cheeks and frost from shivering lips — or engulf you, swallow you whole and leave you as nothing more than smoldering ash. This heart needs generous kindling and constant stoking. Never to be smothered or snuffed out. It beats in booming thunder, and bleeds in plumes of smoke.
Long ago started a love, which no limit of time in space could ever break. A bond that was. Published at the web's largest poetry site.
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You take in a breath that allows your lungs to breathe. Seems there has been some debate about that too. The quote itself has captured the imagination of people world-wide. But what is the story and where did it come from? Who said it? And continue to search, for the original source. No one actually knows where it originated.
Add to list. Love story about the sun and the moon. Long ago started a love, which no limit of time in space could ever break. A love that shone so brightly in the midnight blackness that even the stars could not compare to its radiance. A love between two souls, bound together by the fabric of the universe. A young woman, whose eyes beamed with such a spirit that nothing of this world could ever dream to contain.
Prev Poem. Next Poem. Oh, what a sweet love story, the sun and the moon. The sun lights up the earth, searching for her love, Only to recede into the soft ocean tides. Just as her love, the moon, does the same shortly after she's gone, Drawn by her light. He shines small beacons up in the night, That the sun sees and races to dawn, Only to see that her love is gone.