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The Moon
by Leopoldo Barge Álvarez

Saturday, February 07, 2015
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Visions on the Moon.

The Moon The Moon obeys us, She has come in our aid. Conscience’s level has arisen, As it was expected, To a higher rank of thought And now we ask for what is ours, Our belongings on earth: Land, Place, Wisdom, Hand. I shall bring nearer your light To get whiter and bluer To find peace and good staying. How well we have done In waiting Doom’s Day all this time, So many prophets have dreamt and told us about. We have given nothing To those who deserved nothing Too well we could have seen them Believing they could get gold. Now we can smile openly And talk about our struggles, So long perused by many, At last to have much to do For each other. So we shall go to our places now, Tomorrow we shall be together again, For Doom’s Day is followed by justice and order imposed, And we must declare, all of us, Proudly open-hearts. And I will say: Thanks Moon, You guided us always We have lost ourselves on you We shall be loving you forever.

The Moon
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Reviewed by Edward Phillips 2/8/2015
Quite a summation of life when credit for the best of it goes to the moon. This is a very thoughtful and eloquent expression of pent up sorrows. Thanks.

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