L'Amour Sous La Lune

Poem By Daniel Thomason

Birth our hearts to bloom,
Pedals extending toward the moon,
Each star above is full of love,
And it's all for me and you,
Birth our eyes to wander,
Running together for yonder,
With the sun out of tune at the fall of noon,
How our hearts awake love underneath this full moon.

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