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Poems About: MOON

In this page, poems on / about “moon” are listed.

  • 265.
    Desert Moon

    Lonely moon
    Empty lands
    Beauty stands
    Desert moon read more »

    Philo Yan
  • 266.
    January Full Moon

    Aquamarine sky afternoon
    I sip tea and wait for Her to rise.
    She, the one my ancestors called
    Old Moon read more »

    Susan Gabriel
  • 267.
    The Moon; A King

    Sat upon an earthen throne:
    The moon; a king.
    Forever cursed to rule alone:
    The moon; a king. read more »

    Eoin Smith
  • 268.

    The Amaavashya comes once in a month
    the darkest night of the month
    reflects the total depression of moon
    the night when moon is not seen on sky read more »

    ramesh rai
  • 269.
    Sun Moon Night Cycle

    The Moon has eyes
    You can see her
    through her window of night read more »

    Plague Rose
  • 270.
    Moon Eater

    At night I writhe
    Over the despondent grass;
    The moon impoverished,
    Its entirety guzzled into a read more »

    Windsor Guadalupe Jr
  • 271.
    thinking of you

    i look at the moon and think of you

    Where you are what your doing read more »

    daxton tutty
  • 272.
    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 read more »

    Brett Strotman
  • 273.
    Pegusus Moon

    Pegusus Moon
    Beauty in the sky
    Such a tranquil moment
    Pure beauty memorized read more »

    James Darwin Smith II
  • 274.
    The Moon

    The lonely moon
    whom sits euphorically
    in the darken sky read more »

    Justin Tallman
  • 275.
    This Moon

    This moon owns the night...
    a moon that's full,
    a moon that pulls
    not just salty oceans read more »

    Charlie Burttram
  • 276.
    Thoughts on a Still Night

    Bed before bright moon shine
    Think be ground on frost
    Raise head view bright moon
    Lower head think home read more »

    Li Bai
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