Elated to see you aloft in the night sky To what do I owe this enchanted boon. In the merry company of winking stars, Enthralled by this sight as I admire my moon.
Bathe me in your streaks of translucent silver. Accompany me through my sleepless nights. Watching over me with unwavering vigil. Swathe me in whispers of peaceful respite.
Oh how you govern the raging tides of my soul. Rest your gaze as the waters break upon my shore... Erode and weaken the load strewn over my burning shoals, Sands drowned breathless but craving for more.
Few nights now... Smitten as you coyly turn away. Thick strands of shadow clad hair in gentle cascades, Alluringly obscuring a slight fraction of your face. A tiny crescent blanketed away; into the blackness it fades.
More nights pass... Now I see only a lesser moon Leaving me with only half; darkness so had claimed. Please make yourself last; you mustn't leave too soon, I'm not ready to be left crippled and maimed.
I silently look up as more nights go by. I watched my lunar love dissolving into space. My heart too, torn away a morsel at a time... Finally she had gone; without a sliver or a trace.
Every nightfall since is rife with emptiness and despair. I asked the stars if they could soothe my gaping void... But they'd only twinkle in indifference... Regardless of the pleas I've employed.
Unsure of how many rises it has thus been. Nights only brought the onslaught of mocking stars above. Still I toy with the promises made overhead, For the awaited return of my crazed elusive love.
I know it's frivolous to think I'm the only one... There are others who pine just as I do. But I yearn the most for your sought after attention, For our hearts have sung in every colour and every hue.
Anxiety at peak, dismayed almost broken, Then I hear a sweet song sung; distant and far. A song that shared the words we once had spoken, Again enveloped in translucent silver, with relief I sighed..., *"There you are..."