Slowly, silently, now the moon
Walks the night in her silver shoon;
This way, and that, she peers, and sees
Silver fruit upon silver trees;

by Walter de la Mare Click to read full poem

Comments (62)

Nice poem..thanks
Why does the poet call the fish moveless
I am sure.... You are the modern William Blake... God bless you
‘Remember beautiful poem ‘it’s exquisite Description of mysterious moon
This poem is imaginative and very beautiful
It's soothing and beautiful.
It is a very reflective poem and I enjoyed reading it
This is an amazing poem and he captured the image of night perfectly
I can feel the poem... Written With care with the touch of fantasy... beautiful.
Everything in silver shine...fantasy rolls into mind mingled into solitude..ah this very...fine..
Loved this silvery light of the moon.
Oh Hi Dan when I was young I never stopped watching ur vids. Love them👍🏻👌🏻
It’s me dan if Walter doesn’t dab i like the poem
very soothing to me i wish i could write that good of a poem
Any one tell me Means of Silver eye ...
The moon paints everything silver, the poet paints a beauty.
Superb.....poem I luv it
Extremely beautiful poem.....mind soothing
I would always always hum the initial six lines of poem named silver of poet walter de la mare.