Blue Moon - a Poem

Blue Moon
By Mahbubul Karim (Sohel)

Once in a blue moon
Wind howls through chilling freeze
Stopping growling hyenas on tracks
Of murderous sneeze

Once in a blue moon
Eagles soar above fogs and clouds
And treacherous fox hides
Behind displayed shrouds

By gone year and memories
Real and embedded
Sparkle flashes of neurons
Synaptic threaded

Sweeping away the chill and frill of night
The renewed sunlight bristles snowy trees and awn
Obliterating the shimmering blue moon
With shining rays of fulsome dawn