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Moonlit Serenity
The sun abdicates the sky and is succeeded by the moon Ay, but on this eve, the moon doth shine particularly bright Illuminating the vast desert landscape as if it were noon Lo, the sun is ever so envious as he slumbers this night “Tomorrow it shall be day, thus I will reclaim my proper position” Said the sun, with the upmost bravado in his speech Quoth the moon, “Alas, you shall fulfill your cherished disposition But hark dear sun, a multitude of virtues, to you, I shall teach” Amidst the quarrel, life progresses at an ever so steady pace As the sun surely rises, so the humans in turn, do the same Assuredly prompted by intuitions of grace And the moon proceeds in slumber, with much to proclaim Truly, a pair is merely singular, if only one is to lead Thus shall we be ever so content with the other’s every good deed
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