Moonlit Night – Poem by the Pesky Poet

The moon on the ground,
It's touch so slight,
Leaving no mark,
After the end of night.
The stars in the sky,
Pin pricks of light,
Invisible by day,
Clear in the night.
The wind blows light,
impervious to sight,
Most notable,
For it's cold bite.

┬ęThe Pesky Poet

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