Poem: Shadows of Ancient Moonlight

the moon plays interesting tricks
casting shadows that are lighter
than their midday counterparts
cast by the heat of the sun burning
into harsh shapes clearly defined
versus the cool soft shadows
of high moon in the evening

Poem: Dancing on the Wind

She beckons you come near Like a woman with no fear Throwing her arms open wide Twirling away under the fluttering Shadows and light she’s gathering In her dress as it’s flowing along Catching her movement in fabric The essence of motion she shows All the reasons the world loves her Dancing like a wind-upContinue reading “Poem: Dancing on the Wind”

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