Janice M Pickett

Rookie (Middlesex England)

A Silvery Moon


Silvery Moon

Shining bright this perfect night
from your throne way up high
See that shooting star approach
with a letter he'll dropp by

The letter is to thank you
for my beautiful honeymoon
for without your magical moonlight
where could we have gone to spoon

Thank you for the golden rays
that touched his jet back hair
thank you for the way they reflected
my joy-filled tears there

Mr Moon I look at you
from way down here below
and smile with sincerest gratitude
That my letter is meant to show

For on one special moonbeam
was a baby child conceived
Beneath your silver glory
I found a love I could believe

And now showered in your moonlight
My baby child is born
and I want to thank you one more time
before the arrival of the dawn

Submitted: Saturday, March 28, 2009

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  • Rookie Yelena M. (4/4/2009 9:52:00 AM)

    A poem to treasure, the beauty and inspiration to delight the reader.Thanks for sharing!
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