The sun and the moon
Delegates of Nature’s boon
Are not interested to commune
Considering each other lampoon
But they are quite immune
To each other’s repugn.
They wait for one another’s departure
To show themselves sharper.
The sun takes lead as a scorcher
While the moon follows with ardor
They cannot accept each other’s presence
While they are each other’s essence.
Nature is incomplete without its two eyes
Who are not befriended as allies
As they are not ready to compromise
However, with one eye’s demise
The Nature is going to paralyze
Their separate existence is what Nature can finalize.