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And The Moon And The Stars And The World - Poem by Charles Bukowski

Long walks at night--
that's what good for the soul:
peeking into windows
watching tired housewives
trying to fight off
their beer-maddened husbands.


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Moon Poems
  1. 1. And The Moon And The Stars And The World
    Charles Bukowski
  2. 2. Alone And Drinking Under The Moon
    Li Po
  3. 3. Clown In The Moon
    Dylan Thomas
  4. 4. Ballad Of The Moon
    Federico García Lorca
  5. 5. Mrs Moon
    Roger McGough
  6. 6. The Moon
    Henry David Thoreau
  7. 7. Ah, Moon—and Star!
    Emily Dickinson
  8. 8. Moon Fishing
    Lisel Mueller
  9. 9. The Moon
    Robert Louis Stevenson
  10. 10. 01and The Moon And The Stars And The World
    john tiong chunghoo
  11. 11. The New Moon
    Zora Bernice May Cross
  12. 12. Song Of The Moon
    Claude McKay
  13. 13. There's A Moon Inside My Body
    Kabir
  14. 14. Child Moon
    Carl Sandburg
  15. 15. To The Moon
    Percy Bysshe Shelley
  16. 16. Under The Harvest Moon
    Carl Sandburg
  17. 17. The Cat And The Moon
    William Butler Yeats
  18. 18. Fragment: "To The Moon"
    Percy Bysshe Shelley
  19. 19. A Poplar And The Moon
    Siegfried Sassoon
  20. 20. The Moon
    Percy Bysshe Shelley
  21. 21. A Soliloquy Of The Full Moon, She Being ..
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  22. 22. Sorrows Of The Moon
    Charles Baudelaire
  23. 23. Blood And The Moon
    William Butler Yeats
  24. 24. Moon Over Mountain Pass
    Li Po
  25. 25. Look Down, Fair Moon
    Walt Whitman
  26. 26. The Moon
    Sappho
  27. 27. Thief Of The Moon
    Kenneth Slessor
  28. 28. Having Lost My Sons, I Confront The Wrec..
    James Arlington Wright
  29. 29. Three—with The Moon And His Shadow
    Li Po
  30. 30. The Waning Moon
    Percy Bysshe Shelley
  31. 31. Under The Moon
    Li Po
  32. 32. The Crazed Moon
    William Butler Yeats
  33. 33. Wanting The Moon
    Denise Levertov
  34. 34. Good Old Moon
    Li Po
  35. 35. From A Full Moon In March
    William Butler Yeats
  36. 36. The Moon
    William Henry Davies
  37. 37. Face Of The Spring Moon
    Kobayashi Issa
  38. 38. The Kind Moon
    Sara Teasdale
  39. 39. Full Moon
    Du Fu
  40. 40. Moon And Sea
    Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  41. 41. Beyond The Moon
    Vachel Lindsay
  42. 42. With How Sad Steps, O Moon, Thou Climb's..
    William Wordsworth
  43. 43. To The Sad Moon
    Sir Philip Sidney
  44. 44. The Cruel Moon
    Robert Graves
  45. 45. Sleeping Out: Full Moon
    Rupert Brooke
  46. 46. Sonnet Xliv: Press'D By The Moon
    Charlotte Smith
  47. 47. White In The Moon The Long Road Lies
    Alfred Edward Housman
  48. 48. The Crescent Moon
    Amy Lowell
  49. 49. Listening To The Moon
    Yosa Buson
  50. 50. The Moon And Sea
    George Darley

Moon Poems

  1. Alone And Drinking Under The Moon

    Amongst the flowers I am alone with my pot of wine drinking by myself; then lifting my cup I asked the moon to drink with me, its reflection and mine in the wine cup, just the three of us; then I sigh for the moon cannot drink, and my shadow goes emptily along with me never saying a word; with no other friends here, I can but use these two for company; in the time of happiness, I too must be happy with all around me; I sit and sing and it is as if the moon accompanies me; then if I dance, it is my shadow that dances along with me; while still not drunk, I am glad to make the moon and my shadow into friends, but then when I have drunk too much, we all part; yet these are friends I can always count on these who have no emotion whatsoever; I hope that one day we three will meet again, deep in the Milky Way.

  2. Clown In The Moon

    My tears are like the quiet drift Of petals from some magic rose; And all my grief flows from the rift Of unremembered skies and snows. I think, that if I touched the earth, It would crumble; It is so sad and beautiful, So tremulously like a dream.

  3. Ballad Of The Moon

    translated by Will Kirkland The moon came into the forge in her bustle of flowering nard. The little boy stares at her, stares. The boy is staring hard. In the shaken air the moon moves her amrs, and shows lubricious and pure, her breasts of hard tin. "Moon, moon, moon, run! If the gypsies come, they will use your heart to make white necklaces and rings." "Let me dance, my little one. When the gypsies come, they'll find you on the anvil with your lively eyes closed tight. "Moon, moon, moon, run! I can feelheir horses come." "Let me be, my little one, don't step on me, all starched and white!" Closer comes the the horseman, drumming on the plain. The boy is in the forge; his eyes are closed. Through the olive grove come the gypsies, dream and bronze, their heads held high, their hooded eyes. Oh, how the night owl calls, calling, calling from its tree! The moon is climbing through the sky with the child by the hand. They are crying in the forge, all the gypsies, shouting, crying. The air is veiwing all, views all. The air is at the viewing.

  4. Mrs Moon

    Mrs Moon sitting up in the sky little old lady rock-a-bye with a ball of fading light and silvery needles knitting the night

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