Gillena Cox

(1950)

Blue Moon


Early nightfall, a blue moon,
The year ends with a suprlus;
Tigers waltz to new year's tune,
Claws and teeth hide in the gait;
In the evening's cool, a blue moon,
As clouds fade into oblivion;
The hungry night spreads her rune,
Over jingle bells and Xmas lights;
Soon manger songs will be jejune;
The count down to Auld Lang Syne,
Will crescendo under the blue moon
(2009)

Submitted: Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, December 30, 2009

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