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TO THE HARVEST MOON, by            
First Line: Oh moon, enthroned in the starry sky
Last Line: Oh moon, silently come other wonders of the night!
Subject(s): Moon


Oh moon, enthroned in the starry sky,
How I love your colorful beams
Shining down through the cobalt clouds,
Illuminating the world with your splendor!

I wonder, oh moon,
Can you see with your eyes?
Those starlit orbits opened
My nomad soul to the silvery moonlight
Whose enchanted beauty, wafted down through
The night, still trembles on the fragile wings
Of the cooling morning winds.
Oh moon, tonight
Look down into my troubled soul
And soothe my lonely heart with your
Dancing moonbeams, casting fantastic
Shadows over the silent world.
Now I feel your strength and
Magic power of beauty; for after you,
Oh moon, silently come other wonders of the night!





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