Falling Toward The Moon

Author: r.h. Sin
Editor: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 152485848X
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The heart will ache, the soul will feel weary, and the mind will be weighed down by the things you wish to forget. There will be nights when all you have is yourself and the moon. There will be nights when silence will exist in abundance. And even though you may feel lonely at first. You must understand that the solitude is a gift; you must understand that even when alone, you are more than enough.
Falling Toward the Moon
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Pages: 240
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Categories: Poetry
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