Divisions Of Vanity

Poem By Mark Heathcote

The sun and moon were lovers once
Until dancing on the sea
They saw in one another...
A singularity, a vanity!

That encumbered them so truly
That neither one would meet!
And dance in the mirror
Of the others scared seat.

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