Poems about Moon poems

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What The Moon Saw by Vachel Lindsay

Two statesmen met by moonlight.Their ease was partly feigned.They glanced about the prairie.Their faces were constrained.In various ways aforetimeThey had misled the state,Yet did it so politely

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For Moon by poet selvakumar

Moon areswimmingclouds....Clouds shadoclous the Moon...and openthe moon...Moon wasHapply swimming...15 daysfull into black15 days blackIn to full moon...Moon was beautyof the sky..

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Sonnet To The Moon by Yvor Winters

Now every leaf, though colorless, burns brightWith disembodied and celestial light,And drops without a movement or a soundA pillar of darkness to the shifting ground.The lucent, thin, and alcohol

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To The Moon by Charles Harpur

With musing mind I watch thee steal Above those envious clouds that hid Till now thy face; thou dost reveal More than the glaring sunlight did; So round me woul

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The Moon by William Topaz McGonagall

Beautiful Moon, with thy silvery light,Thou seemest most charming to my sight;As I gaze upon thee in the sky so high,A tear of joy does moisten mine eye. Beautiful Moon, with thy silvery light,T

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To My Brothers & Sisters Adrift In Troub.. by Bai Juyi

Since the disorders in Henan and the famine in Guannei, my brothers and sisters have been scattered. Looking at the moon, I express my thoughts in this poem, which I send to my eldest brother at Fulia

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The Phases Of The Moon by William Butler Yeats

An old man cocked his car upon a bridge;He and his friend, their faces to the South,Had trod the uneven road. Their hoots were soiled,Their Connemara cloth worn out of shape;They had kept a stead

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To The Moon by Pierre de Ronsard

Hide this one night thy crescent, kindly Moon; So shall Endymion faithful prove, and rest Loving and unawakened on thy breast; So shall no foul enchanter importune Thy quiet course; for now the ni

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A Hymn To The Moon by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu

Written in July, in an arbourThou silver deity of secret night, Direct my footsteps through the woodland shade; Thou conscious witness of unknown delight, The Lover's guardian, and the Mu

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Moon-Lover by Robert William Service

IThe Moon is like a ping-pong ball;I lean against the orchard wall,And see it soar into the void,A silky sphere of celluloid.Then fairy fire enkindles it,Like gossamer by taper lit,Until it g

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Sway Moon by Tailor Bell

Full moon jagsRound this little townSwinging low and deepWithin without a soundRocking through some heartsPassing brightly by a fewRolling house after housePicking out quarters forShiny piggie

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Blue Moon by Dustin Bennefield

Blossoming from the rockA soul of a desperate lockBecomes one with the blue moonHues of blue and grayA due of death todayA blue moon rises in the westIt seemed so long agoWhen the moon was so

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