Lover’s Moon

Full and bright hangs there lover’s moon.

Springst romance in this night of June.

Reach out to touch thee does my hand.

Leap up my feet from where I stand,

Yet lover’s moon is still too far.

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The stars start to blink mocking me.

Also laughters heard from the trees.

Is my solitude so amusing?

Why, when my heart is still singing?

Then I deserve the lover’s moon!

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Oh please, come on let me feel thee.

Full of love in life, I am free.

Although my Romeo has gone.

That does not make the stars forlorn.

Let bygone be and I am blessed!

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Now now, lover’s moon is lower.

Thou knowst I deserve the better.

Amid this night thou too belongst to me,

To be adored and all fine be.

Ah, bright and full I cherish thee —

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The lover’s moon!


Suggested soundtrack: Pavane, Op. 50 by Gabriel Fauré