Once In A Blue Moon.

Once In A Blue Moon. short poem

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Once in a blue moon,
Beneath the moonlight,
Locked in arms of the sea,
The moonbeams reflect,
On the shimmering waves,
Its infused blue hues.

The swell of the tides,
Gaze at the beaming moon,
Shrouded by fluffy clouds,
In admiration and adulation,
Spaying its passions,
With an unconditional love.

Moon looks close, yet so far,
Like the yearnings in the heart,
In solitude of the soul,
Contemplating on the effervescence,
Of passionate moments,
Entranced by the caressing breeze.

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