The Moon Poem by White Tiger

The Moon

Rating: 4.7

A dot in the sky, it's full tonight
Caught in our gravity, reflecting the light

Craters adorn it, like battle scars
Meteors feed of it, like they do on mars

It stares at us through many eyes
Unable to speak, harboring its cries

It's our lonely rock in the sky
Patiently waiting for its time to die.

C. Vergara

Friday, August 2, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: moon
Julia Luber 02 August 2019

I will never quite look at the moon the same again; it does look like it is waiting there for something, ever so ready to change to receive it, but then it also looks like it is laughing all the time.

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Rajnish Manga 02 August 2019

An absolutely new facet of moon's changing loyalties vis-a-vis Mother Earth. Nice poem. Thanks a lot.

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Sasha... 31 October 2019

Wow keep up the good work nuff love

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S.zaynab Kamoonpuri 05 August 2019

Wow brilliant awesome poem and as a lunar lover I admire its intelligent info that's also poetic. And u taught me something, I didn't know meteors feed of it. Kudos. Pls pleez do comment/ review my newest poem too titled, " The Hajj pilgrimage "

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Uche Nwanze 02 August 2019

Beautiful piece, thumbs up

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Rose Marie Juan-austin 02 August 2019

A poignant write. A vivid and beautiful depiction of one of the wonders of creation. Beautifully crafted and great rhyme..

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Kostas Lagos 02 August 2019

Excellent poem! More beautiful than the moon itself

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