Moonlit

If you’ve forgotten about your shine, let me remind you.

Or better yet, ask the stars, for they hear the stories I tell them of you every night.  Or ask the moon about the sun, and he will tell you, she shines even in the darkness. The same way the moon lights up whenever he speaks about the sun, I will smile because of you.  See, your light burns the brightest in my eyes. Your light carries a sunset worth waiting up for, and a sunrise worth waking up to. The way the moon lingers in the sky, long after the stars have gone to bed, I will wait to greet you each morning with the same lips that kiss you goodnight.  The same lips that form crescent moons each time they think of you, and smile with every bit of your light.

So if you’ve forgotten about your shine, let me be the one to remind you.

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