Treasure Island

Jason Gaydos


Blue Moon Light


In the quiet calm of night, we walk hand in hand.
Down the path, across the sand.
Looking into your eyes, I feel the time is right.
Standing together, beneath the blue moon light.

The wind starts to blow, trees shake.
The ocean waves begin to break.
Holding you close, I feel the time is right
Holding one another, beneath the blue moon light.

The tide rises slowly, our feet in the surf.
A star falls from heaven, on its way towards the earth.
Making a wish, I feel the time is right.
Wishing together, beneath the blue moon light.

Our time has come, we must say good-bye.
Night has fallen in the November sky.
No need to cry, for this time was right.
To fall in love, beneath the blue moon light.

Submitted: Monday, October 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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Sometime just a brief moment in your life can leave an ever lasting memory. Love can come and go in the blink of an eye.

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