The Twilight’s Lover

Twilight took a lover, star crossed, against the odds, with impossible struggles
Could it ever work out? Will they be together forever? Or will they be apart

Between the night and  the day, they would flirt, frolic, and play
But never quite able to consume time balanced as one

The moon would weep as it turned into the morning dew covering everything she loved
The sun would see it glisten like diamonds such a beautiful sight, and with the warmth of her smile, would melt away all the jewels

That is why you will never see her face, she turns it to the stars
Waiting to see her twilight’s lover

The Butterfly’s Servants

Like a moth to a flame, they were caught all the same

The way she floats upon the breeze, hypnotic, ensnaring

They all came from near and far, entranced by her magical ways

First, the bees came in droves to give her sweetest honeysuckle

Second, came the ants to build her a bed made of leaves and grass

Third, the crickets showed up to sing a beautiful tune

Lastly, ladybugs gave her luck in everything she will do

All becoming the Butterfly’s servants, making sure she had the best

It was their lives only purpose to drudge their simple life away

Because of her wizardry, no one will ever escape from her allurement


The face upon the moon, the stars that will shimmer soon

I can only imagine the magic that will ensue

The glow upon the clouds, making the water glimmer across the sea

That’s where you will always find me, casting my dreams upon the waves

Lulled by the sounds, it is zen to my soul

The crunch of the sand beneath, the salty breeze, the seagulls in flight

And it all happened upon

A moonlit night…