Harmful Sun and Playful MoonHarmful Sun and Playful MoonHarmful Sun and Playful Moon by RenjisBabySister
By: Karlavanessa Scadutto
Burning light from thy life giving rays,
it keeps us all warm throughout our days.
It burns us who are fare,
it is we who must beware.
A candle's lit flame, high above our sky,
to it is to what we must say goodbye.
it sets gently over the land's horizon,
it waves "oy vey" to the plain of grazing bison.
It is now the time of the night,
the moon has taken her rightful flight.
She sits upon her throne,
the fare children now allowed to roam.
Their pale skin safe and damage is held away,
as beneath the moon's rays they decide to play.
Gentle fireflies of human figure,
we are the moon's children that decide to linger.
Winter is now upon us,
the sun's effulgence no longer causing fuss.
Come mother moon, let us play,
the earth's tilt will keep the violent flame at bay.