The Shadow and His Light (Part VI)

A shadow made a child,
The child had no shadow
But she found a small star filed
In the dark, alone, aglow.
Aff held it in her wish
And then let that wish go,
But the star held onto this
Young girl as would a fish
To wet for Aff was ocean,
Letting light pass through,
Rainbowing life in motion
As around her stood and grew
Shadows of all shape and size,
From scribbles unseen by the eyes
To the darkest sides of moons,
To shadowy typhoons,
She let these shadows fly,
While one stayed always at her side,
Cissus, who couldn’t leave her if he tried.

This realm of shining shadows
Also holds much hidden light,
Sun leaves wherever it goes
Stars in and out of sight.