What Does "isn't the moon lovely" meaning ?


isn't the moon lovely

isn't the moon lovely meaning 

Tsuki ga Kirei desu (the moon is beautiful isn't it?) 

"Isn't the moon lovely" It is a Japanese phrase, which is used when you like someone, while you are under the moon. The phrase is a more poetic way of saying I love you. 
Moon is often considered the symbol of love and beauty in many cultures and societies.

Great Japanese novelist and author Natsume Souseki gave the sentence “The moon is beautiful isn’t it?”. It is shameful to say I love you to a girl at that time. He translates that English sentence into the Japanese sentence Tsuki ga Kirei desu ne which means “ The moon is beautiful isn’t it?”.

Tsuki means moon, and suki means you like someone. During that time just by sharing scenery, they are conveying their love to each other.

Here are some lovely Quotes About Beauty of Moon 

The Moon is the first milestone on the road to the stars.
Arthur C. Clarke

The Moon was so beautiful that the ocean held up a mirror.
Ani DiFranco

Shoot for the Moon - even if you miss it, you will land among the stars.
Les Brown

I feel like the Moon is a very beautiful woman. She's in control.
Ravyn Lenae

We are all like the bright Moon; we still have our darker side.
Khalil Gibran

The Moon is a friend for the lonesome to talk to.
Carl Sandburg

Don't tell me the Moon is shining. Show me the glint of light on broken glass.
Anton Chekhov

I always look up at the Moon and see it as the single most romantic place within the cosmos.
Tom Hanks

Be both soft and wild. Just like the Moon. Or the storm. Or the sea.
Victoria Erickson

Drag me to the Moon to catch a star and seize its brilliance as I'm swept up in amorphous dust.
Bradley Chicho

With freedom, books, flowers, and the Moon, who could not be happy?
Oscar Wilde

Don't worry if you're making waves just by being yourself. The Moon does it all the time.
Scott Stabile

Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the Moon.
Paul Brandt

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