Poems About: MOON
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181.Full Moon, Shared Now You Are...
On a Full Moon Night
I met a Friend so Knowledgeable
and educated much to teach, give and share
A Moon Lover also he was, read more »Florida Angel
The Sun shines only in the day as the moon shines only in the night.
The Sun gives its light to the moon to give the night a bright shine.
The Moon is white with craters
The World is full with haters read more »Andrew Laguna
The silver crescent moon
amongst the group of stars
like the sickle in the sky
and the shadow on the running stream read more »swagathnath rajeswari
184.The Moon and the Nomad
t is a long night.
The vehicles zoom on the highway,
The moon is veiled by pollutants. read more »susmita biswas
185.Frog Prince Of 21th Century (Part 1)
The memory I've taken with when I started to walk,
I promised I never did gone to break your heart.
Listen to the birds' singing, moon's gone to shards.
I knew the rest of the folktales, and now i will talk. read more »kite remedy
186.Modern Love XXXII (Okie the zen golden retreiver)
Evening star gives eternal kisses of fireflies
to the dark face of the moon
the joyful moon cracks an ocher grin
and falls in love with a reflection read more »Liberatore Suffoletta
187.A MOON MYSTERY!
Auspicious or not, crescent Moon is always precious to poets;
Waxing and waning Moons have different effects of superstition;
Crescent Moons good or bad are ever poets’ great inspiration! read more »Ramesh T A
188.' The Moon's Pilgrimage... '
Moon’s Pilgrimage … Across The Sky To Praise
The Maker and All His Wondrous Ways
Moon’s Pilgrimage … Rises High, In Grace
Yet, Still In A Humble – Pilgrim’s Place read more »MoonBee Canady
189.Sun Alive In Moonlight Smile
Perfecting on distant surfaces
As two lay promises and entwined
Glittering darkness with dusty bright read more »Unwritten Soul
190.Yes, the moon!
Yes, the moon!
I like to wander read more »Victor Matthews
191.The Universal Daydream Nights
The Moons Rise In Your Eyes
A Dual Moon Reflection As I Look
To You I See Two Of What...
When One With You Is Awe When Us read more »Ricardo Antunes
A poem should be palpable and mute
As a globed fruit
Dumb read more »Archibald MacLeish