Sun and Moon

The Sun and Moon, with fork and spoon,
Have dinner every night
Of moonshine gleams and sunshine beams
To taste each other’s flight.

The Moon will cry, “My tongue! Oh my!
Why is there so much heat?”
“And yours is cold,” the Sun will scold,
“Too cold I cannot eat.”

And so they leave what they perceive
A dinner not done right
And then proceed to go and feed
More thankful appetites.

49 thoughts on “Sun and Moon

    1. Which in turn makes me smile too 🙂

  1. I love this nursery rhymn quality…it reminds me of when I was little…great! So, since you’ve been so generous with flags and beaver tails, the least I can do is send you a great nutella pizza, a perfect dessert idea when children come visiting! 🙂

    1. I’m rather stuffed from eating one too many peanut butter cookies, but thankfully virtual desserts don’t take up too much extra room in the tummy. *nom nom nom* ahhh, just right 🙂

      1. Ahhhh….peanut butter cookies…envy! 😉

  2. Reblogged this on adoraphobia.

  3. I love how your words taste in my mouth! Scrumptious!

    1. Glad you found it tasty! I like tasty things. 🙂

  4. I love it!! Another great one for the kid in all of us!

    1. I’m so glad there are so many grown-ups who still nurture their inner child. 🙂

  5. So that’s what the Milky Way is. Last night’s curry being regurgitated.

    1. My Milky Way poem was written a few weeks ago. This is about the Sun and Moon. You sound like you’re hankering for Indian food but are afraid of food poisoning.

      1. Actually I had a chicken korma for my tea last night. I suspect it’s repeating on me.

  6. Love love love, you really should write a kids book

    1. That is what I will be working towards. I’m always thankful for your encouragement and support. 🙂

  7. *sigh* 🙂

      1. Yes, most definitely! It was beautifully written. You are so creative. Your writing is effortless.

  8. Reblogged this on Stay Sane Mommies and commented:
    I shall recite this to my son tonight…

  9. authormirandastone September 12, 2013 — 6:12 am

    Fantastic, Cubby! I love the personalities you bestow on those two heavenly bodies.

    1. Thanks Miranda! That makes me very happy. 😀

  10. If they met halfway maybe they could have warm meals together and still be friends. Great poem:)

  11. This made me smile, and after the day I’ve had, I really needed that. So thanks. 🙂

    1. I’m sorry to hear you had a rough day. I’m glad this could make you smile. 🙂

  12. Lovely!

    Love, light and blessings

    1. Many thanks. I’m glad you enjoyed it. 🙂

  13. I like your rhymes and the imagery you create with such words.

    Bravo! 🙂

    1. Your kind words warm my heart. 🙂

  14. Cute, the good kind of cute. ^_~

    1. Thanks! I didn’t know there was a bad kind of cute. 🙂

  15. Lol love this 👍👍

  16. I really like where this piece went with it’s narrative! Very intriguing 🙂

    1. Haha, intrigue is my middle name! Actually, it’s not, but I wish it were! 🙂

      1. That would be quite an interesting name 😛

  17. I wish I could read this to my nieces 🙂 im sure they would love this.

    1. You make it sound so delightful to have nieces. I have a niece but she is only 2 right now. 🙂

      1. i love my neices especially now they are an age where they can play a bit more 🙂 i do love my nephew but i seem to get along with girls better lol

  18. Tried to follow, entered correct e-mail address, got WordPress message to “try again with a genuine email address”.

    I think this is a WordPress problem: it happened before with someone else’s site and then mysteriously sorted itself.

    1. WordPress does funny things sometimes. Annoying when it happens, but the problems do tend to sort themselves out, like you say. 🙂

  19. I love how you incorporate the galaxy into your poems 🙂

    1. I don’t know how they sneak themselves into my poetry. They are quite pushy in that way. 😛

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