Paul Breslin

(Braintree, MA)

Lovely Mystic Moon - Poem by Paul Breslin

My lady Mary, lovely Mystic Moon,
Didn't you hear before I wept so loud?
You've not arisen in my thoughts too soon.

Those storm-racked clouds across my mind were strewn
To darken skies of sun-lit love I vowed,
My lady Mary, lovely Mystic Moon.

The lonely hours since dreary yesternoon
Uncolored earth beneath a gloomy shroud ...
You've not arisen in my thoughts too soon.

Will you forget you heard my heart impugn
Your golden realms, if I confess I'm proud,
My lady Mary, lovely Mystic Moon?

The strings were playing soft a throbbing tune
And dancers swayed to please a dark-eyed crowd...
You've not arisen in my thoughts too soon.

Forgive me, if untimely importune -
Kneeling before you, head in sorrow bowed,
My lady Mary, lovely Mystic Moon,
You've not arisen in my thoughts too soon.


Comments about Lovely Mystic Moon by Paul Breslin

There is no comment submitted by members..



Read this poem in other languages

This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.

I would like to translate this poem »

word flags

What do you think this poem is about?

Read poems about / on: moon, lonely, sorrow, dark, sun, heart, sky



Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



[Report Error]