a/n: I've edited this one because at first it seemed so…run-on and sloppily written. I added some punctuation and corrected some spelling errors. I've also seperated out the stanzas because this site changes my formatting when I upload poetry. This was written last year during my third period Media Aide class.

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Savoring another day,

Out to make it turn to gray.

Longing for a purpose here,

Knowing that the end is near.

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Moonlight spills a vicious glow.

Claymore kills, a fatal blow.

Laughing as he goes insane,

Only to forget the pain.

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Luck is far away from him,

Memories caught on a single whim;

Anger under eclipse's shadow,

Fear of what will break tomorrow.

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Loyalty craved to be found,

Never drowning any sound.

Stumbling but he never falls,

Heeding Superior's constant calls

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Staring at the heart-shaped moon,

Raging power clearing soon;

Never losing mindful desire,

Never to at last retire.

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A/N: Well, there's the edited version. I hope it was better flowing and easier to read. Anyway, comment if you wish!