As day breaks, tie dyed Cobalt Blue and pink dance~swirl
Arm in arm twirl to nature's symphony, as crickets sing
The sky above the horizon one giant pearl
Warm moist cotton candy pirouette like last of spring
As waning blue moon waits for your return cool fall
Its blueness gone much later comes again a harvest moon
When fall's crops have been laid to rest in barns so tall
Then a new crop comes in, your blueness upon full fields is strewn
A twist on Poulter's Measure
12, 14 with rhyme scheme ABAB
The scheme is suppose to be couplets when it is 12,14
I have been thinking about definitions of Blue Moon
Totally confused now...
"Blue Moon as third full moon of four in a season. The Maine Farmer’s Almanac defined a Blue Moon as an extra full moon that occurred in a season. One season – winter, spring, fall, summer – typically has three full moons. If a season has four full moons, then the third full moon may be called a Blue Moon." Copied from article on the internet..
A Blue Moon by this definition was August of this year 2013..