A Lizard On The Moon

Poem By Kendzi Samuel

It's a beautiful day in June,
And there's a lizard on the moon.
Music sails o'er the skies,
As the dream swirls in my eyes.

The lizard sees the blue pearl
That hangs on nothing quite well.
He skirts over the wide craters
And marvels at the glowing stars.

You kiss me, I smile in my sleep,
Your fingers over my body creep.
I wake, hold you, and the stars,
we sail through in a cable car.

Comments about A Lizard On The Moon

It's quite meaningless, really. But the blue pearl of course refers to d earth. I hope U enjoyed it all d same.

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