"M is for… the Man in the Moon" (poem)

The man in the moon
Played me a tune
He played it to me daily

He played me a tune
On a contra-bassoon
And half a ukelele

moon

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Author: Al Lane

Writer, Poet, Daydreamer

5 thoughts on “"M is for… the Man in the Moon" (poem)”

  1. I love the moon and enjoyed your poem. I am originally from Mexico and there they AZTEC Mythology has The Rabbit in the moon ; I found you a link as I thought you might enjoy,
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon_rabbit

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    1. Thanks Maria! It’s fascinating what different cultures make of the moon, from the religious, to the symbolic, to the psychological (werewolves), to the ridiculous (eg that it’s made of cheese). Great source material for us poet-types! 🙂

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