The sun to rule the day, the moon to shine by night
Yet still the moon not as bright,
When her Earth dances and swirls aslight,
So we’re cast in the darkest of frights.
To Jupiter or Mars,
For Jupiter rules and Mars makes war,
But mightier than they is she whose she,
Venus of beauty, the goddess of Love.
And I as frail without your might,
When time deprives and space divides,
Should tempests hit and age deny,
I beg to stay and die beside.
Aires knows that cupid lies,
I Love you more than I love life,
Should chance provide what fate denies,
I’ll love you still past this my life.
And eons past in a moments cast,
Unknowns may ask who thou art,
In fear and woe and mighty fret,
So shall they know of my greatest yet.