Midnight Moon

by Innocent Fairy   Mar 2, 2012


Midnight is the blue moon,
Scarce of the clouds that loom,
blending with the stars that bloom.

It always rises and
says goodbye too soon.

Sometimes shy
an hides,
beauty;
it lies in a tomb.

An thee air whisking,
grooming it's hair,
it's pure beyond compare.

Midnight moon
happily consumes,
radiant light
that protects what's right.

Beaming hope
beyond the slopes,
as the people that stare
an dream to dare.

But beware!
The darkened state,
where evil dwells.

Hiding in the shadows
with mesmerizing fumes,
taunting with wings,
a golden seize
like angles please.

Lost and gloomy,
sunsets looming
and always searching
what's already insight.

So midnight is the blue moon,
Scarce of the clouds that loom,
blending with the stars that bloom.

Staring
an all you see...
what you assume to be.

Poets notes:
Kinda a small challenge for you readers if you choose to do so but perhaps you can see the hidden meaning to this natureous poem :)

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  • 4 years ago

    by crishmerl

    I like the way you dare the reader, as you said in the bottom of your poem. Well, I agree with you..."Midnight Moon" is very fascinating and beautiful scene but behind of that scary creatures dwell. I like the way you give suspense in some parts...very interesting and well-penned of choices of word.

    "But beware!
    The darkened state,
    where evil dwells.

    Hiding in the shadows
    with mesmerizing fumes,
    taunting with wings,
    a golden seize
    like angles please."

    --As I said a while ago, Midnight moon has something hidden that so scared and mysterious...I enjoyed reading this a lot. Keep writing more beautiful poems:))

    "Beaming hope
    beyond the slopes,
    as the people that stare
    an dream to dare."

    --I love the way you wrote it...I like the imagery and the messages behind this part. Nicely written.

    5/5
    ~C

  • 4 years ago

    by Dagmar Wilson

    Very nice

  • 4 years ago

    by Kota the Unhearted

    Great poem