The Moon

Poem By Aldrin Lopez

How lovely such a little isle
That settles from a million mile.
A face with a friendly smile
That fades sometimes awhile.

A flare of light so fair and mild
That glows like the cheek of child;
Conspicuous in the deep-blue wild
And the world that watches beguiled.

A vessel in the vastness wide,
A ship that does not shift its glide.
A fellow and a darkness guide
That mellows beam and brightness pride.

A circle blast or crescent light
Just like a glass, so crystal-white;
And it is valiant as a knight
That is vigilant in the night.

(10/22/2013)

Comments about The Moon

your poem is really meaningful and creative, and I like it. can you please read and rate my poem " farewell lovely mom" . thank you
Beautiful and thought provoking! Clearly, your talent is present in this well crafted and poignant write! 10+++You got what it takes to make it to the top one day! Please, keep it up! God Bless You! Happy New Year! Regards from New York City


Rating Card

5,0 out of 5
1 total ratings