The Night's Lover

She was a gazer of the stars

You could see it in her eyes

She'd sneak out late at night

Just to stroll beneath the skies

 

Her eyes forever upward

Searching for a light

Her heart only beating

When the moon came up at night

 

She didn't care for dirt

Or grass, or sand, or street

For only when she stumbled

Would she glance down at her feet

 

She watched long enough

That the light soon made her blind

And for all those who loved her,

She left them all behind

 

If you fall for a gazer

She's sure to break your heart

And if you are the gazer

RUN

Before those stars tear you apart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This poem is about: 
Me
Our world

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