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Mockin Moon

The moon seeks to mock me tonight,
 Its glow reflecting past times so right.
 When love embraced me so tenderly,
 When all was never this disorderly.
 A time when love was in full blossom,
 When my lover leaned against my bosom.
 Ohhhh, how I miss him so yearningly,
 The touch of his lips on mine so softly.
 Love that was with us for but a season,
 Ran off love did, left us dry, such treason.
 Never again to know his delicate touch,
 My desires were stoked, it was indeed such.
 I will miss his lips, nibbling on my ear,
 Enough reminiscing, for now I feel a tear.

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