I sent you in a previous message some moon quotes from various poems I have written. I did not have the length in my previous note to expand on this gesture. I was deeply touched by your kind words regarding my poem, Vesper. And I read about your search for poetic lines abou the moon. I adore the moon in its natural setting and mythological allusions. Therefore, I sent you some of my poetry lines on the same subject. Please feel free to use or toss them as you see fit. You may find something much richer and more appropriate in the poems of Pablo Neruda, William Butler Yeats or Even Tennyson. Just tyring to help.
Again many thanks and good luck with your seach.
Below are some quotes about the moon from various poems I have written. If any please you, feel free to use them.
The moon loves her windowsill
as it leans there on elbows
washed clean in silver light
listening to the song
of summer crickets.....
From a Barn’s dowry
as solitude sings like a gray wren
in the cell of my heart –
I will remember to reap
the promise of the moon.....
From Canticle of Our Lady Moon
Now igniting the womb of Earth
as the evening breathes low
in warm, musky tides of peace,
she calls out to every mother's troubled voice
echoing in her song, the promised release
of wisdom that will never fail to guide one.....
From Moonlight Beckoning
who glimpsed their daughter’s face
along the cheekbone
of a porcelain moon...