When she was 5, and rode her bicycle at night, the moon followed her to make sure she was safe.
When she turned 11, and had no friends, the moon was there to listen about her dreams and fantasies.
When she entered her teenage at 15, and couldn’t fit in, the moon made her realize that its ok to stand alone.
When she turned 19, and a boy hurt her feelings, the moon was there to provide her solace.
When she entered the real world at 23 and felt like a loser, the moon inspired her to shine in the dark times.
When she found the love of her life at 28, the moon shone brighter to make her first kiss perfect.
When she got busy in her life at 40, the moon was there to remind her to slow down and take a break.
When at 70, she felt old and lonely, the moon was there to give her company.
And after she died at 85, the moon still shines bright, as if a guardian at her grave.