William Stanley Braithwaite

(1872-1962 / United States)

Golden Moonrose - Poem by William Stanley Braithwaite

When your eyes gaze seaward
Piercing through the dim
Slow descending nightfall,
On the outer rim

Where the deep blue silence
Touches sky and sea,
Hast thou seen the golden
Moon, rise silently?

Seen the great battalions
Of the stars grow pale ---
Melting in the magic
Of her silver veil?

I have seen the wonder,
I have felt the balm
Of the golden moonrise
Turn to silver calm.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 22, 2010



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