Tag Archives: moon stones

feasting on the moon, and poems

{a ramble in sestina form} ..   the moon’s a golden pest, a horizon harlot crack -ing open the sky in a ramble of tide, a hiccup of light. watch her wince -squint her way to dawn’s festoon of crimson … Continue reading

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leaving the lights on for you

    .. moon sugar smile spooned into sky drizzled in ebony scars, waning sun saffron lozenge on horizon’s tongue, sweet simmered day syllables rising   .. The Double Elevenie is a new-to-me form requested today over at NaPoWriMo, day … Continue reading

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Overheard Overhead

{found poems in moon thought}   .. As far as mass goes, she’s a stone. No light of her own. The actual length, in flatrocks is waning. She’s shrinking, thinking. Looks prehistoric, right? She’s sky-wise and old bone tired. Wired … Continue reading

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luna, landing

.. she unpeels her -selves slowly, layer by layer waning, an onion in parchment skin. she be -g(r)ins in waves, asks much of stars.   .. the prompt over at mindlovemisery today is the moon. how can i resist?     

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remember the moon

.. she was all fat and sassy and you said she might just bounce right over and light       us         up and i remember praying she might be gentle, light, not quite bright enough to show you the doubt left in … Continue reading

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so this is how it ends.

{or is it merely the beginning?}   .. the sky, a broken hallelujah. that full fat gossip moon, laughing in our waning faces.   ..

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Nine Ways to Woo the Moon

{a Magic 9 poem} .. Catch her in a mason jar (be sure to crack the lid). Swallow her with fallen stars. Wish her well, then smile. Fling her from your fingers, far. Pin her to your left lapel. Pen … Continue reading

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