The moon

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Represented by Diana goddess Greek huntress the ancients understood your power, knew you as a celestial navigator- guide of sailors and farmers illuminator
Do you ever have a feeling of the future? Ever dream of tomorrow? Just close your eyes, try to remember. And try to think harder.
Powerful yet comforting, Constant but intriguing, The sea extends a hand to me.   Lifting me up, setting me down As the waves around me frown,  But the sea, it tends to me.  
She showed me how to look on the bright side. She showed me how to change the tide. She showed me how to appreciate my fullness. She showed me how to adore the darkness.
The moon peeking out  from behind blankets of clouds mysteriously
The great American eclips was supposed to be the end of the world. I spent it at work. One o'clock rolled around, And the world turned into a graveyard. All the workers shuffled outside to see.
A man from the moon and a woman whose been raised by the sun. One of them has found powerful bullets while the other holds the gun.Seldom thoughts of this thing called intimacy that is foreign to their minds.
One million stars surround me appearing to burn infinitely warming my cold exterior warm hues filled with light captivating my mind and sight painting my blackened sky one by one, the shimmers fade
Oh lord, look at the moon
She is the Sun And You are the Moon
The reflection ofthe moonresting it's image on the bed of water infront of usis the nicest way I would thinkI'd spend my timewith you
At ev’ry distance across the globe Tis only as big as thy thumb Deep in my memory my thoughts do probe As a chill begs my fingers go numb
This night wins Darkness, Overthrown, dim shines Her throne, Follows fate of the dying firefly, Sobs over its dimming light, Mourns a flickering end, Mocks the Moon’s defeat, The cocky Night Gladiolus,
The moon, the moon, the mystifying moon Shines bright like a diamond in the light. Ever enchanting Ever frightening Both symbolic of good and evil. The full harvest moon of darkness
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