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Children of the Moon

Remember the ring I gave you, two small rubies seperated by a moonstone.
It was a symbol we were children of the moon, our hearts seperated by distance, 
but so like each other, only different in gender, but always connected by the 
gentle pull of the moon's gravity, under the night sky.
Children of the moon are extremely sensitive, intuitively feeling what others are 
Children of the moon are passionate, and give their whole selves when intimate 
with another.
Children of the moon value and yearn for a home not only in the heart of 
another where they are appreciated and loved well, but where they feel safe, and 
sense security in what the future might hold there, a shell to protect their 
sensitive hearts and spirits from the rest of the world.
Children of the moon have a sense of honor, and want fairness and equality in a 
world sadly lacking, a passion in our beliefs so deep, it is hard for others to 
understand who we are, and where we go sometimes, creating distance between 
the ones we love the most, family, lovers, and friends.
Because of this we can experience the greatest highs, but also the deepest lows.
For these reasons  it's important you have someone you can be with, you 
can't waste a day, waiting for me to come close enough, to love you the way you 
need to be loved.
But always remember if you are ever alone in the darkness of 
the night, look closely at the surface of the moon, you will see two children of 
the moon holding hands, one standing, one kneeling, connected and supporting 
each other forever.


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  1. Date: 7/18/2014 10:39:00 AM

    Hi Randolph, this is such a beautiful, powerful write - I love it. Thank you for sharing this poetic gem! Best wishes.