two ghost moon girls, clad only in snow and silence



we dance in bubbled skin, gossamer-grin shimmered
strong; twist all day long with clouds. spill loud.

we giggle, spring-drizzle our storm-bliss on hungry
tongues; spice sky with jars of whisper. kiss dawn.

we’re
(wanted)
haunted shadow-souls breathed
brilliant blue and echoing dream. streams. hope.

 

 

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You might call this One With A Whole Lotta The Words, for dVerse Quadrille

 

 

 

 

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14 Responses to two ghost moon girls, clad only in snow and silence

  1. marley raine says:

    Such a deep sigh of satisfaction over this, my love. You just painted my whole new world in a whole lotta new colors. Thank you for this.

    You are definitely all moon, sista. Now, if only there were a poem about the sun in the middle of two moons … maybe both on his lap. 🙂

  2. marley raine says:

    Ooh, maybe two suns, even.

  3. ‘spring-drizzle our storm-bliss’ – that just dances on my tongue. Love this, De!

  4. kim881 says:

    I felt this Quadrille as a cool breath, De, and got gossamer-grin goose bumps!

  5. we giggle, spring-drizzle our storm-bliss on hungry
    tongues; spice sky with jars of whisper. kiss dawn.

    THey certainly seem to be having things well under control. Wonderful take De!

    Hank

  6. Oh I do love the thought of such a burst of joy turning into happiness.

  7. oh….fantastic….joyful…loved it..!

  8. lillian says:

    LOVING that last stanza! 🙂

  9. qbit says:

    I still don’t know how you do this…

  10. Grace says:

    Love your title, and response De ~ Wow!

  11. This is the kind of language my pal Marley Raine uses. I feel stupid because I can’t understand it, but I special because love it .

  12. Mish says:

    This is so vibrant and alive!
    Hope is alive, De. 🙂

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