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The Moon Orphaned

The moon orphaned as the sun rose in the east
By stars forsaking revered celestial sphere.
The dawn brings new hope to a broken heart at least.

The ethereal light’s shadows concealing the beast - 
With evil intent and burning eyes they leer.
The moon orphaned as the sun rose in the east.

Dreams are shattered and joyous spirit ceased.
The music notes of nature I no longer hear.
The dawn brings new hope to a broken heart at least.

On thoughts of revenge, our tortured minds will feast.
Alone in the dark our pillow with hot tears smear.
The moon orphaned as the sun rose in the east.

Fermenting forgotten slights in hatred like yeast - 
In fervent memory your betrayal now sere.
The dawn brings new hope to a broken heart at least.

With promises of passionate adoration teased - 
Your vision embraced by me and always dear.
The moon orphaned as the sun rose in the east.
The dawn brings new hope to a broken heart at least.

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  1. Date: 7/5/2015 3:03:00 PM

    Wonderful, Suzette. So glad to see you share this beauty here...I love the imagery....I love the beauty of that last stanza. What an ending stanza. :) Lovely

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