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Jessica Stubbs

Rookie - 10 Points (12/11/95)

I own the Night


I own the Night
The Moon and the Stars are mine
Oh, it is a lovely sight
I feel so alive

The Moon lights a dim path
Just bright enought so I can see
The dark soft breeze engulfs me
As if in a warm bath

What a beautiful Night
Soon it will have to surrender to Day
It won't put up a fight
It won't have a thing to say

When the Moon goes down, and the Sun arises
When the stars are invisible from the light of Day
And the darkness slowly demises
I will wait

For the Night to awake once again

Submitted: Wednesday, January 11, 2012

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