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Clair de Lune (Moonlight) ©
Unconditional Love...

Nat Hall
Sandwick, Shetland
2002

...Watching us from its height,
The moon is bright -
Clear is the night...
Afar, your eyes shine all their might.

How to awake a man's passion?
Tear down the flesh of derision;
Give him the breast of devotion...
Incise the heart with precision.

...Inflame the silk above the clouds...
Pandora's box - that chest of doubts.
None will detect their whereabouts...
Heavens of mist nude in their shrouds.

What if your hand on his warm skin
Would stab Reason - this assassin?
Feel it, my love ... sweet heroine...
Bonding with you, all but a sin.

...Watching us from its height,
Our love is bright -
Clear is the night...
She lets him sleep in the moonlight.


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