Golden Gulf Moon - Poem by JOHNNY COBB
We're enchanted by a full moon in June
Bathed in a brilliant orange and golden glow.
It mesmerized my family last night
On Alabama's Gulf of Mexico.
As the waves gently wash upon the shore
We watch the golden reflections of light.
We're overwhelmed at the serenity
Of this incredibly peaceful sight.
As the moon beams dance out on the gulf
We are awed by a universe of stars.
Try to name some of the constellations:
Orion, the Big Dipper and Mars.
My daughter and wife have now gone to sleep
For tommorow we'll end our beach stay.
I'll sit on the deck and gaze at the skies
For midnight is my time of the day.
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