I Love You to the Moon and Back

Through thine eyes may there be the truest star

A wonder wide awake if I may say;

And Venus shall then be seen from afar

Sharing the sky along with the Milky Way.

Your breath then echoes onto those shadows

Leaving a chilly glimmer of silver;

Barely can be seen Cupid’s arrows,

Brushing past myrtles, I may thus offer.

Everlastingly would I wait, I admit,

Since the moon is beautiful, isn’t it?
By Ayli Girard

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