The Sun and The Moon

Th light of day gives to dark of night,

How can one overlook this tribune?

For even apathy has insight,

Anticipating the sun and the moon.


Slowly the clock unravels like twine,

The time is approaching soon.

Lay all of your troubles behind, 

Look ahead to the sun and the moon.


Some say they're opposites, just that,

Like winter's January and summer's June.

Endless days examplify life's fact,

The devine gaze is but opportune.



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