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 Moonlights Serenade
She plays for love on moonlit nights
Playing for love a heartfelt blight
That seem to never reach her shores
Of waters tranquil and so much more

She makes her peace with stars in sky
Alone her words become more sighs
As time has passed and still alone
She waits for him and dreams shes sown

His ship would not return this day
The years have passed alone she's stayed
Yet still she plays for north winds might
To calm, bring him if for tonight

Her breath through wooden instrument
Becomes heart cries in souls torment
But still she waits as if today
Is all she has of yesterdays

Her dialog with moonlit sky
Become tearful as does goodbye
When all is sung and played to bring
An empty heart must go on living

Her serenade today will end
For time has come where she will spend
In dreams where she has what she wants
Embraced and loved away from daylight taunts

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