The Moon

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This poem was written the night after the moon was the closet to the earth and could be seen beautifully on June 23.  These words echoed in my heart. Thought I’d share a small part of my writing life. I hope you don’t mind.

The moon

Silver lining shines bright

A second light in the middle of the night.

As loneliness creeps into my silent room

Overshadowing me trying to fill me with gloom.

Another lonely day waiting by the door

Hoping to see your face once more.

To no avail do you come

Still your voice whispers and my heartstrings are strum.

As the moon’s, light touches my face

A memory of you makes my heart race.

Darkness cannot fill the void

Remnants of your love leaves me overjoyed

Until the day we come together, you and I

On wings of light, I’ll fly, into the moon lit sky.

© Valarie Lovelight

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About Valarielovelight

Hi, my name is Valarie Lovelight. This I call myself as a reminder of what I choose to be everyday towards others, a light of love in action and not just in words. I invite you to read, comment and share on my blog as well. Also, to add something about myself, I'm an author and Minister and love is my calling to share with others.

4 responses to “The Moon”

  1. coconutspeak says :

    I am so grateful that people like you have a global platform to share such beautiful gift. Not only are you visually stunning, you’re so talented and real.
    Write On, dear friend

  2. Scott Mitchell says :

    WoW Valarie!!! Very good poem here. The funny thing is, I read 2 poems today. The Moon by you and Moonlight Sonata by another writer named Valerie (different spelling) 😀
    Hope you see his face once more btw.
    Stay blessed!

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