andrew grimstead

The Moon Is Bright - Poem by andrew grimstead

As the moon creeps to the sky
All the creatures that rely
On the darkness raise their heads
Slowly rising from their beds
Foxes creeping from their den
Spiders starting work again
Intrinsic woven lacen tread
In the moons light is wed

As the waves come from the sea,
Crashing on the beaches free,
Clear to come and go at will
Always raging never still,
These are proof of moons great power
Ever rising hour by hour,
Soon to go with suns discourse,
Waiting for the returning source

Changing always never same
When will you, return again
As some lovers count on you
And the magic that you do
Glowing pleasant moonlights beam
Every night to help us dream
Please return at end of day
Help us once more to drift away

Andrew Grimstead 2010

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 9, 2010

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