Robert N. Cantara

Rookie (04/21/1959 / Maine)

Long Night Of The Moon - Poem by Robert N. Cantara

As the full moon of the yule rises
It's reign of long cold nights begin
Winters coat cast it's moons rays
As it blankets the cold earth

Winter's cold tightens it's grip
It's icy winds shake the bare trees
As their errie skelitons shiver
Their shadows dance upon the snow


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Winters start on a cold Maine night

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 1, 2014



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