Love Is Fire (Lucky)

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Once upon a time
The sun was married to the moon
Everything then- perfect,
They rocked,
Their love for each other never hit,
Rock-bottom
The moon was the sun’s mirror
The sun, the moon’s light
But the latter was imperfect
For the light it shed,
Was either blinding or burning
And Snap
The river of love stopped flowing
The moon stopped glowing
That day it burnt like hell,
And it rained tears
For not even the rage of a forest fire
Could equal the anger of the sun
And when the sun was down
It told the moon,
“I never want to see or hear from you”
So, dawn came with a crack
The crack of dawn.

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