Moon Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Moon Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Moon. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Moon poems written by international poets.


Eleven Figures by James Daddario
By night eleven figures came to me
Unlocking doors that sealed shut long ago.
We travelled forward on a darkened sea 
To sleepy Somnus’ cave, hidden below.

Eternal...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, depression, dream,

Premium MemberBullfrog Valley by Daniel Turner
Encamped beside a clear blue water lake
We call it, Bullfrog Valley. Here, they thrive.
The labyrinth of streams the water takes
Brings insects, as the meadows come...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, nature,



Premium MemberLunar Madness by Vee Bdosa
              LUNAR MADNESS
His thought; desire; that driving dream he knew;
so real within...

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Categories: absence, art, beauty, death,

Premium MemberShe Who by Steven Henderson

Be you, the full moon that lights soul
My state of the mind is hers to flow
Roll in then away she turns dark
Leaving speckles of sparks...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, dedication, love,

Premium MemberWinter Storm by Sandra Haight
Winter Storm


Inside our warm and comfy bed tonight,
we'll see white sparkling flakes fly past the moon
and mounds pile up 'neath gold and silver light
where satin...

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Categories: storm, winter,

Premium MemberGoodbye Dear Mother by Laura Loo
Under the twilit moon she sat and thought,
why on earth her mother and dad fought.
Wishing she never heard the angry words,
through the pain she knew...

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Categories: addiction, goodbye, mother daughter,

The Scarlet Rose by Aaron McIntosh
To love one so fair, is but a mystery to me,
To be able to charish someone, Tis' a fantasy.
Her hair as autumn as the sunrise,...

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Categories: analogy, deep, god, inspiration,

A Love Beyond Comprehension by R.A. Marschall
She sat in the moonlight, her back to the bay,
Absorbed in thoughts of her own destruction.
A fortnight ago she had come to the rock;
At the...

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Categories: conflict, deep, destiny, love,

Forest of Song by Roger Blakiston
A candle is lit in the forest of song,
Where the witches come out in the glen;
And the nightingales dance,
As if in a trance,
All watched by...

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Categories: earth, imagination, tree,

She Cannot Be Rushed by John Watt
I stare at dusk-tinged mountains to the east,
Anticipating joyously the rise
Of an old friend not pressured in the least
To meet my frantic schedule, I surmise.

I...

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Categories: moon, nature,

Dark Enigmas by Brian Baumgarn
Now greets night's empty void the moon's pale light,
so cool and opaline it gives delight.
We watch you pass the distant western bar
where you find rest...

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Categories: moon, night, stars,

Dangerous Meanderings II by Tom Quigley
Don’t mind your habits, but they’ve made your mind.
Round the next corner, things will get better.
Until that one fell day when you do find
The credit’s...

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Categories: depression, loneliness, psychological, recovery

She Comes, Part One by Gail Foster

For all the night she trod the furrowed earth
As she has walked all winter in her wake
In seeking for the child she brought to birth
The...

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Categories: england, magic, mother daughter,

Fugue by Tom Quigley
Tucked in the gray mob, safe, sound and asleep.
An eternity of time never marked.
Dimly recalled eon of forest deep.
When all else is still, the whispered...

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Categories: adventure, body, desire, how

Premium MemberPop's Death by Jerrell Jones
He died so many years from old  Blue Ridge
That all we knew of roots were faded names
Renewed in happy tales and banjo songs
He carried...

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Categories: dad, death,

Premium MemberCeltic Moon by Vee Bdosa
     CELTIC MOON
Tonight the dead, rise up into the dark of night,
and make their way led by the Druids' burning light;
there's...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberMythology - The Gods Must Be Crazy by Sandra Haight
Gods of mythology from long ago,
commanded humans act within their law
or else there might be punishment, and so
man worshiped, followed, never to withdraw.

These gods ruled...

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Categories: anger, god, mythology, universe,

The Solstice Door by Gail Foster
The light is coming and I wish you well...

Behind the running, running man the land
Lies silent, fallow, haunted by the cry
Of one lone mourning rook...

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Categories: life, light, mystery, mythology,

Premium MemberStrays by Jerrell Jones
Alley dog who models matted coat,
Incensing clothiers at Fifth and Main--
You have no proof you are a legal dog.

One day you knew the power that...

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Categories: animal, dog, , cute,

Premium Memberair by catherine labeau
oh the distill
to fly the sky
I saw a garbage bag in the clouds

how could it makes it so hight
as I dropping my arms and legs
grew...

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Categories: absence,