Blue Moon Poem by Gillena Cox

Blue Moon

Rating: 5.0

Early nightfall, a blue moon,
The year ends with a suprlus;
Tigers waltz to new year's tune,
Claws and teeth hide in the gait;
In the evening's cool, a blue moon,
As clouds fade into oblivion;
The hungry night spreads her rune,
Over jingle bells and Xmas lights;
Soon manger songs will be jejune;
The count down to Auld Lang Syne,
Will crescendo under the blue moon

Kesav Easwaran 30 December 2009

nice sings so well into the reader's senses...thanks for sharing this Blue moon song, Gillena

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Trade Martin 31 December 2009

Very nice Gillena. I enjoyed it. I don't think lot of people know about what's referred to as a 'Blue Moon'...., which I believe is when two full moons happen in one month. HAPPY NEW YEAR...! ! ! Warmest regards, Trade.

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Eyan Desir 09 January 2010

Nice poem enjoyable to read great job

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Marieta Maglas 04 January 2010

nice simile In the evening's cool, a blue moon, As clouds fade into oblivion wonderful descriptive poem 10/10

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Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK 02 January 2010

Well crafted and enjoyed…10 Ms. Nivedita UK

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ah.. the second full moon eh.. special year... wonderful poem

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Patti Masterman 31 December 2009

I love this. Your careful words are like a perfectly enveloped riddle.

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