Mockingjay Mellark

Poems On The Moon - Poem by Mockingjay Mellark

Ivory and Ebony

Night brings to mind
Ivory and ebony
The dark mystery of night is ebony
Whilst the ivory of moon I can see

Colors of the Moon

Opaque and yet not
Iridescent and milky white
Ivory, silvery gray and alight
Glowing strong with an inner light- o' what a sight!

The Shawled Moon

The shadowy moon
Veiled by a lacy shawl
Draperies like thin silk cobwebs
The moon's glow shines bright
Shining, glowing-on...


Moonlig ht shines a path
Through a forest so alive
Deer, squirrels, hares and bees filling hives
Under the moon they come out to play and to dance

Topic(s) of this poem: moon

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 7, 2014

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