Sara Teasdale (1884-1933) was a typical poet of the time. She wrote lyrical verse, that is, rhyming poetry, which was an expression of her feelings.
The following poem, "To-night" is found in the Collected Poems of Sara Teasdale [811.54 TEA]. It originally appeared in her 1917 book, Love Songs, a copy of which may be downloaded here.
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The moon is a curving flower of gold,
The sky is still and blue;
The moon was made for the sky to hold,
And I for you.
The moon is a flower without a stem,
The sky is luminous;
Eternity was made for them,
To-night for us.