Brett Strotman

Rookie (May 23,1992 / Corona California)

Sweet, Sweet Moon of Earthly Heaven

Oh, moon, moon in the nightly sky
how beautiful you are in the nightly sky
your charming glow of light lighting up the heavens
romantizing the stars twinkling in the nightly sky of twilight

your sweet appealing face which is the chocolate chip
in every warm chocolate chip cookie
that makes people cry and laugh and hug and smile
at every glimpse of heaven in your sweet angelic face

enriching every love poem and song
which makes me glad to be alive and enjoy life
for every warm feeling that comes
when adoring the nightly moon of sweet heaven.
I love you moon

Submitted: Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, June 13, 2012

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I wrote this poem about the moon because when I look at the moon at night it just looks so beautiful and it just gives me a warm feeling inside that is just inspired me to write a poem about it. The theme of my poem, I guess would be that inanimate objects (like the moon in this case) can warm one's heart and enrich one's life.

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