The Thief and the Moon
Said the Thief to the Moon, "I'll extinguish your light soon.
I'll put an end to all the light that you shed on this world in it's darkened state."
Said the Moon to the Thief, "You know not of what you seek.
You'll doom the world to wander the night with no light to guide the paths that men seek."
Thief: "Oh, but all the wealth in the world will be mine
without a means of defense for all those blind.
My very existence is a race to attain wealth,
for the thief's only loyalties in life are to the devil and himself."
Moon: "The earth will rise up and devour all that you are.
The skies call forth thunderous storms from afar.
When you're dead, there will be no grave to remember your name,
for your greed bring your end and there's no one but yourself to blame."
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