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Bluer Moon (C)



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Bluer moon only comes around every once in a while like an Ethopian queen, that wants to love her King because her woman has her inner child docile and mild,


And it is like the heart that absence has made grow fonder after a certain time has passed, a bluer moon is the song that you croon because you can't get it out of your thought path,


For when it comes around its light does shine brighter that the midnight star, the one that you've always watched flicker and twinkle right there from where you are,


And even if the love is strong between the man king and the woman queen and it is the kind that makes the heart croon, the destiny of Ethiopia will still suffer its fate iin anticipation of a bluer moon,


Sp live and let live, as the queen loves her king, as fate and destiny cannot come too soon, live and let live and let your heart take wing and fly in anticipation of a bluer moon,

Ad Libitum and Fade
DDD - Digital, Digital, Digital
Written, Arranged, Produced, and Composed by Tadaram Maradas
CIRCA 2012 Maradas, Inc., A California Corporation (TM) All Rights Reserved.



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Tadaram Maradas whose real name is David Williams is a writer and author from “The San Francisco Bay Area.” He is an Alum from “Excelsior College” in Upstate New York, Villanova University in southeast Pennsylvania, and is currently enrolled as an MSM Graduate Student in “The University of Maryland Graduate School System” at Adelphi, Maryland. He recently capped a satisfying twenty - four year career in “The United States Army” where he served in four Contingency Operations, which included both Combative and Non - Combative Operations. Since that time poetry has become his mainstay and his creativity is currently being highlighted through his expression of poetry in lyric and rhyme. Tadaram Maradas is an active member of the Academy of American Poets.*******************************************************************************************************************************************************For Promotional Purposes only No resale or production of Lyrics authorized after purchase of book without permission of the Maradas firm. The Maradas firm retains all Copyrighted and intellectual property rights for the Poem Lyrics in this book. *******************************************************************************************************************************************************This Artistic work is protected under Author Copyright: Droit d’Auteur, Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works. more…

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