Darkness and the Moon

Look at the moon tonight, it is lovely,
Just like you, my love. You look quite comely
Tonight, if you were only here tonight,
Yet great heights keep me from seeing your light.
Alas, the days grow older and my years
Grow shorter, yearning in vain only sears
The heart of such fools who wait only to lose
All. Yet such is man, but if to choose
Betwixt sweet pain or stoic proclivity,
I shall wish for thee and accept gladly
All that life has to give. So shall this love
Endure all, for but a gaze shall I move,
Or for but a whisper, for but a thought,
For but a smile from a love I so sought,
For but a scent, or a touch from thy hand,
Or none at all! Still shall I be gladdened!
Look at the moon, I hope my love’s looking
At the moon tonight. Perchance, in seeing
The moon together shall we be as one,
Even for a moment, till our ways gone.

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