Moonlit Nights - Poem by Nancy Quinlan-Westerman
The sandy beach is best at night,
When the moon is lit and everything bright.
Just like the morning sun, the reflection on a
Dark summer's night.
Will always bring everything to light.
The old man on the moon, as it shines upon a dune.
The breeze so soft, just look, you just might
see the shadow of a beautiful loon.
Flying across the air, skimming across the ocean's
top as if it has no wings and just glides like
the motion of a mop.
When the moon is lit, and everything so bright.
Watch the ocean, it's such a beautiful sight.
The beach grass sways from left to right,
As the moon shines upon this wonderful night . . .
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