Full Moon, it slowly wanders, brightly across the sky Just like a silver dollar gently floating by The light of the silvery Moon is surely sublime Lunatics and Werewolves find it divine
It moves around the Earth in a gentle ellipse Now and then its path forms a solar eclipse Size and distance, proportionally the same Isn’t amazing how neat it fits the frame?
As it passes in front, it hides the Sun’s disc At least once a year with ne’er a risk It waxes and wanes and creates the Ocean tide Full Moon, blue Moon, seen just from one side
Reach up and try to grab it, many men have tried Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins would not be denied “The Eagle has landed,” Armstrong declared For his famous descent he slowly prepared
As he stepped onto the surface, leaving the module behind “A small step for a man, a giant leap for mankind” To walk the lunar surface, first step to the stars ‘Tis mankind’s greatest triumph, next stop planet Mars