Romance of the Sun and the Moon

Romance of the Sun and the Moon…

The moon came shining out,
as nighttime came,
just as they passed each other by,
the sun fell in love.
He winked and she felt warm all over,
when he was around,
it was time for her to sleep.
This was the beginning –
of the romance of the sun and the moon.
Sometimes in the early mornings,
they would stay up in the sky together,
side by side,
blowing kisses one to the other,
Just after twilight time –
they would pass each other by.
He loved her brilliant smile,
she loved his changing ways,
she only wished that they could shine together –
it just wasn’t meant to be.
It sure was a good feeling,
that they were both celestial orbs,
that people adored them
and poets penned rhymes about them,
inspired by their muses.
Artists with pallettes ready,
to immortalize the moon,
kept him upon the canvas –
waiting for the sun to come dancing by.
Songs were sung to honor them
and yes, that made it all worthwhile,
in this love affair –
between the sun and the moon in the sky.
And I as a dreamer,
would always sigh,
wishing for a romance,
with the moon –
as wonderful as the sun had….

~

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Rasma also writes lovely poems on HubPages under the pen name of Gypsy Rose Lee. You can read more of her works at Rasma on HubPages.
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Rasma Raisters

I am a poet and writer. I write for many different sites online. I have two published books of poems on Amazon - Poetic Thoughts Fly and On the Wings of Love.

6 thoughts on “Romance of the Sun and the Moon

  • January 28, 2022 at 3:57 PM
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    What a delightful piece of poetry, Rasma. The sun and moon have always inspired writers and poets, and I love how you depict them as lovers. Well done.

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  • February 4, 2022 at 9:13 AM
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    Absolutely charming and such a great idea! I love seeing the moon as it lingers in early morning, as though it’s loathe to go to bed.
    Your poetry is always beautiful, Rasma.
    Ann

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