An Ode to the Moon

An Ode to the Moon

 

By Elton Camp



Oh lovely moon so shiny and bright

Many lovers you will inspire tonight



They gaze at you, get filled with desire

When two hearts so wildly are set afire



Though the object that they look upon

Is lifeless, dusty and as dry as a bone



But thoughts of this there is no trace

As they admire your pock-marked face



See that crater lying right over there

It’s rugged and totally devoid of air



Though lovers admire what they see

A place of death the moon would be



Very fitting symbol of human love

Is this object that hangs far above



It has a dark side that they didn’t see

After marriage, the lovers will agree






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Not the usual love poem.
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