Poems About: MOON
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85.Season Come Season Go
Season come and season go
Tis the moon change in the
Season read more »Carolyn Sears
86.CYBER CAFE EMBARRASSMENT.
She embarrassed too much the moon,
And for the fact she enjoyed it the dawn,
Watching secretly not to open the truth,
But to open because of denials the moon, read more »BUNMI OROGUN SAMUEL
87.The Moon Is In Love
What a beautiful night
The moon is up there above
Rending delights read more »Sossi Khachadourian
A source of inspiration.
A research centre for years.
A religious belief.
A friend in the darkness. read more »ajay srivastava
The moon so often applied as a metaphor
in a poem that murmurs of Love and Desire. read more »Garry Burdick
90.The Two Moon Junction
I want to be there in the ‘Two Moon Junction’ For Ever.
Where these two moons are competing with each other. read more »IndraNeel SatyaNaga
91.Modern Love XXXIV (sun and moon in love)
enamored moon rides a saddle of tears
wearing a belt of silver pistols
on a black star drenched stallion
tender sun wears four bodices of dawn read more »Liberatore Suffoletta
92.me and the night moon
since i was achild i was looking for the sky and see the moon in the night and asking my self what is this?
and when i was in my youth and my heart started to be mature i was asking why lovers always speak about the moon?
but suddenly i met her
suddenly i loved her read more »ayman ghamry
93.Tale of Two Stars
The mind of Sun smiles from the centre
The mind of Moon beams from the corner: they seek
Body to put on the Beam Bang to ensure a universality…
Moon says to Sun “you are hot” And Sun says read more »Gabriel Eshun
94.The Wolf and The Moon
The Wolf and The Moon
By Tolly Rebeka Christian BlackWolf Hawk
The day is past and the Moon now rises from beneath the mountain to greet the stars.
The Moon smiles on the sleeping towns, their drone wound down. However, in the read more »Tolly Rebeka Christian BlackWolf Hawk
Alone I watched the Full Moon rise tonight.
The same Moon rose over you just hours ago.
Did you also watch it rise? Did clouds obscure the view? read more »Mary Havran
96.Pyrrhic VictoryToheeb Tiamiyu