Below is the poem entitled Blame It On The Moon which was written by poet
Brumley. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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A steamy summer's love transpired
When fate yelped up a sweet desire
And two hearts fell in love too fast
On a moon lit eve of the past.
The moon was full and shining bright
As I walked the beach one lonely night
And found her there beneath the palms
The goddess Luna offering alms.
We walked awhile, we talked awhile
We found we were quite versatile
As we worked the spell of a kiss
On that wonderful moon kissed tryst.
Well, that was a long time ago
Before she joined the traveling show
But, I will never forget that time
Of a lunar crazed memory sublime.
I won't say what we did that night
Out of courtesy... to be polite
I'll say this, she was quite a sight
One beautiful moon struck delight!
Timothy I. Brumley