oh, moon



you bloated balloon,
bubbleghost. giggle me
green-rose into this shimmer
-spring dawn; twist my breath
to hold this whisperbreeze.

i dance your grin in
cue-sparked clouds –
open,
lulled,
leaving.

skip me loose;
melt my journey
in curl of scar.

shadowspill me a jar
of stars.


A third offering for today’s Quadrille over at dVerse (I’m hosting).
This is The One With All The Words. 

 

 

 

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16 Responses to oh, moon

  1. erbiage says:

    Nice. It was amazing to me how different these have been, though now we are starting to converge, as the room gets smaller. What a great experiment

  2. violet says:

    That opening is so funny. 🙂

  3. violet says:

    It reminds me of Ace Ventura. You know what I’m talking about?

  4. Sherry Marr says:

    I LOVE those closing lines, spilling stars.

  5. ‘shadowspill me a jar of stars’ is quite beautiful!

  6. Mama Zen says:

    Love those closing lines!

  7. gillena says:

    “to hold this whisperbreeze.”
    my favourite line.

    happy you dropped in to read mine

    much love…

  8. I would love a jar of star… wonderful

  9. Love love…we are echoing each other but still creating individual gems.

  10. WOW!! That ending just knocked me out, De. Wonderful, fun poem.

  11. Raivenne says:

    “shadowspill me a jar
    of stars”
    Oh how I love that!

  12. Singledust says:

    shadowspill me a jar of stars.- though lovely I am a little sad to see stored stars – they should be free to wander but the words you weave and turn are so musical to my ears!

  13. Olga says:

    Wow! Bloated balloon…bubble ghost. I’m giggling. So wonderful! ❤

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