Many moons

“A Rose by any other name would still smell as sweet.”

As the suns change to moons and the moons to suns… days pass and no matter what, inevitably, both must set. The indefinite question is- which sets first.. and what does the single star do without the balance of her counterpart? The world around her cannot simply fall dark.. the beauty and love of everyday life must pick up the lonely star and carry her forward, the memories of the past rising and setting must remind her how she has come this far, the desire to be a light for those around her in a dark place eases her forward to continue cycling..

For if one day your sun doesn’t rise, you are given no reason to stop shining. For in darkness it is light that pulls you through. The moon and sun, although inseparable in their dance, are not alone, they are both part of something larger– an entire solar system. A system of mostly support.. but there are always the shooting-stars, striking through the night sky.. finding it easier to fade into the darkness.. leaving you to find your way through alone.

Quickly you realize the darkness isn’t really that dark.. as little glimmers of starlight reach out to brighten your surroundings. After all you are never truly alone. Both the sun and moon are necessary to form a day.. and you would not be able to shine the way you do, without the other– near or far, forever in your heart– she hasn’t set for good.

Xx,

Dil

Cover-up~ Arden  B
Swimwear~ Have Faith

Photos by: Laura

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5 comments

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  2. meroomo7ammed

    Hi, very nice and simple to understand it. ” ….the sun and moon are necessary to form a day.. and you would not be able to shine the way you do, without the other– near or far, forever in your heart– she hasn’t set for good”

    awesome and I’ve stopped many times to read it and it very interesting post.
    Best Wishes,
    @ameeraleidi

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