This is a very dreamy poem, Star. It's also very you! I mean that as a compliment aha.
I enjoyed the personification of the moon, and the romantic tones throughout. I believe the second stanza pales a little bit for a couple of reasons:
your luminous face
outshines the stars
and I surrender
to your glowing
I feel you could replace 'luminous' as you have 'illuminated' in the prior stanza. It may have been intentional but I still even feel that 'luminous face' is a little strange sounding. I also feel 'your glowing silence' is a bit awkward too. The 'your' before doesn't actually need to be there either, as it's implied. :)
'there is a land
its only moon
The simplicity and effectiveness of this is incredibly hard to achieve. A beautiful end to a beautifully penned poem.