Halo of light trickling through the crevices of branches above; join the foggy mist, your glow like a cascade pouring down.
Dew of night with drops of life; to feed the vast forest. Crickets leap in the dark cover; dancing in the brilliance of night.
Hide not your face from me pale moon, glistening through the clouds. Your presence brings hope in the darkest of places.
Songs have been silenced, in nests upon branches. Sleeping birds find peace in your presence.
Spiders weave their radiant patterns; in the glimmer you cast.
Your light dances through the webs maze; as rain drops slide slowly.
Love is made under your glares reach; kisses are inspired by your beauty.
Sweet moonlight stay a while longer; my heart soars in thee.
*Inspired by: Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata
Written by: Josette Hansen
Pseudonym Adinah Schramm