Moonlight Shadow

When the night is dark
But the moon is bright
Everything feels right
Because you’re holding my hand 
at the shadow of the moonlight 

The song below was inspire by my poem… 😒

Joke! Ok? Joke!

The poem and the song just happened to compliment each other for me. This poem was inspired by the moon, two night ago when I stepped out to get some fresh 🙂

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Author: Jessica E. Larsen

I'm a romance author and I blog music inspired stories, poems, micro-fictions, moments in life. I enjoy spending time outdoors, adore animals and travels a lot with my family. I like anything unusual and fun. CLICK HERE to read more about me or CLICK HERE to view my published books

25 thoughts on “Moonlight Shadow

  1. Wow, the poems small but it’s soul is very vast. Speaks on many levels. Not everyone sees the moon with that perspective. Love it ❤️

    1. Thank you for a heartwarming feedback 💘 I think every romantic person will be able to appreciate this feeling if they look at the night sky now and then…

    1. That’s so sweet of you! Thank you ❤
      By the way, I click on your link to check your blog, but wordpress told me it doesn’t exist?

  2. Moon have been playing an important role, interns of romance as well as earth’s everything 😉✨ Beautiful Poem Jessica 😍🤗

    1. Dear Jessica,

      I concur with Simon prathap! Moreover, your poem rhymes quite well and is an affirmation of (romantic) love.

      Since I write mainly rhyming poems, I do appreciate your effort and poetry. Well done!

      It is clear that you show a great degree of enthusiasm towards, and affinity with, the moon and its hypnotic power over lovers.

      Therefore, I would like to resonate with you and your poem by introducing you to the enchanting poems and images published in a post whose title is “If My Name Were Moon Tonight…”, available at https://soundeagle.wordpress.com/2012/10/02/if-my-name-were-moon-tonight/

      The first poem as titled has end rhymes, internal rhymes as well as rhythmic devices, syllabic schemes, and other subtle or overt features.

      May you and Simon find this forthcoming autumn and the rest of the year very much to your liking and highly conducive to your writing, thinking and blogging!

      1. Thank you. 🙂 I’ll check it out, excuse the late reply, but your comment was in the spam box

    1. Thanks Jim! True. But not only the moon, looking up in the sky usually give me inspiration for poems

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