Amanda, The Moon And Me

Amanda, I saw the man you’re going to marry
Just hours before you
He was laying his head down
To sleep

(he said)

“Moon, tell Amanda I saw you and remind her that when she sees you,
she must remember that our eyes saw the same light,
(no matter how far apart
we are,
the light,
is,
the,
same).”

Amanda, the man you’re going to marry
feeds the dogs and the cat
and he doesn’t mind
because he spends his time
thinking
of
you

(he said)

“Moon, tell Amanda that time passes differently, it goes slower when we’re far
and too fast when we’re not,
things are always changing,
(but at least,
the moon,
stays,
the,
same).”

Amanda, the man you’re going to marry
hates how quiet the house is
and the animals crowd around
when your voice
comes
over
the
speakers

(he said)

“Moon, tell Amanda, the man who’s going to marry her
loves her,
he misses her
(and he knows
you feel,
the,
same).”

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