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Sentencing the Moon (a Sestina)

The moon’s a sentenced convict in a star-barred sky, bold in her great-ness. She’s asked Orion’s belt to play her something snappy, some happy race along the Milky Way. We admire her season -ed song, the wolf-toned reason she howls her voice.  The day’s … Continue reading

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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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