Moonlight Poems

Popular Moonlight Poems
Barefoot Tangerine Moon
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Barefoot in luxuriant grass, luscious, pearl moonlight falling down,
In the golden season of sensual thrills, in the hours without sound,
Underneath the tempting tangerine tree, eating of its fragrant fruit,
With the stars dancing to tomorrow, by enigmatic, invisible routes.

Barefoot in peaceful dreamland, caressed softly by romantic moon,
When the ebony world lies in waiting, for the yellow canary's tune,
Barefoot in tangy tangerines, in the warm, soft, wandering breezes,
In the darkest hours of sleepless night, when it seems time ceases.

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After
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

On a blooming boulevard of beautiful palm trees,
Fragrances and fronds fluttered in fresh breeze,
Sunset parakeets perched in a purple twilit town,
Hushed moonlight mellowed after the meltdown.

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Moonlight on Magnolias
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Moonlight on magnolias, cream on cream
in the breathless hours of raven midnight.
So caught up in fragrant, dreamy delight
in beauty fraught, satin, platinum beams.
Darkness can be so much more than it seems
bringing beauteous, hidden truths to light,
Moonlight on magnolias.

In dusky shadows, fantasies take flight
in the hours of springtime's deep green regime.

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In Silver and Gold
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

purple lotus blooms, on a glassy, silver lake ~ gold sun, lustrous moon

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Moon Drop
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was an active, vibrant, happy person, and I was captivated by the moon,
In the way that summer lovers, are ofttimes charmed by romantic tunes.

Since early childhood, I had been enamored, of that limpid, pearly globe,
Which brought pure magic to a quiet nighttime, of silvery darkness probes.

I would lie bathed in radiance at night, and wonder what it was like there,
Like myriad soap bubbles are rising up, and then bursting colorfully midair!

I never outgrew the pleasant habit, of gazing to midnight, and wondering,

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Recent Moonlight Poems
Barefoot Tangerine Moon
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Barefoot in luxuriant grass, luscious, pearl moonlight falling down,
In the golden season of sensual thrills, in the hours without sound,
Underneath the tempting tangerine tree, eating of its fragrant fruit,
With the stars dancing to tomorrow, by enigmatic, invisible routes.

Barefoot in peaceful dreamland, caressed softly by romantic moon,
When the ebony world lies in waiting, for the yellow canary's tune,
Barefoot in tangy tangerines, in the warm, soft, wandering breezes,
In the darkest hours of sleepless night, when it seems time ceases.

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On The Moon
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

I always wondered as a kid...
About the man on the moon...
If I used a...
Really
Really
Really
Really
Really tall ladder...
Would I get to meet him soon?


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Moonlight on Magnolias
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Moonlight on magnolias, cream on cream
in the breathless hours of raven midnight.
So caught up in fragrant, dreamy delight
in beauty fraught, satin, platinum beams.
Darkness can be so much more than it seems
bringing beauteous, hidden truths to light,
Moonlight on magnolias.

In dusky shadows, fantasies take flight
in the hours of springtime's deep green regime.

......

Continue reading
In Silver and Gold
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

purple lotus blooms, on a glassy, silver lake ~ gold sun, lustrous moon

Continue reading
Moon Drop
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was an active, vibrant, happy person, and I was captivated by the moon,
In the way that summer lovers, are ofttimes charmed by romantic tunes.

Since early childhood, I had been enamored, of that limpid, pearly globe,
Which brought pure magic to a quiet nighttime, of silvery darkness probes.

I would lie bathed in radiance at night, and wonder what it was like there,
Like myriad soap bubbles are rising up, and then bursting colorfully midair!

I never outgrew the pleasant habit, of gazing to midnight, and wondering,

......

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