But no, the old moon shone alone, as she had always shone on them.
There could be no doubt; the world was fast asleep,—at least so thought the dear old moon.
Now and again we caught glimpses of the dim lights in farms, and once we saw the old moon reflected in the Volga.
An old moon rose late and illuminated his pastures with a blue glow.
He was watching for the rising of the old moon ahead, where the horizon was already lighted with her near approach.
We shall have the old moon after one o'clock to get home by.
There was an old moon, and the forest beneath lay bathed in its mellow light.
It was nothing new for any of us now to look at our old moon.
This phenomenon is popularly described as 'the old moon in the new moon's arms'.
But—well—it is a new moon now, I wonder what the old moon will say.