A Glorious Moonlit Night - Poem by James Kendall
It was upon a glorious moonlit night,
When my eyes first beheld your eyes.
Despite the latest hour of twilight,
Light from the heavens shown done to my surprise.
A fitting beam for such a divine angel,
With shining blond hair and beautiful smile.
Could this prosper? Only time could tell.
You placed your hand in mine and we stayed a while.
Not a sound nor descent of sky,
Could distract me from your charming ways.
We strolled 'till the moon was no longer nigh,
If this is all but a reverie, don't wake me from this phase.
For to me love was once not conceived,
But upon this glorious moonlit night, I believe.
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