FACE OUT TO ALL A FULL MOON MIGHT

June 24, 2013

“..Only because you loved me so wonderfully

I lived to pullulate

Your dreams..”                         -Greek poet Maria Polydouri

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CATCH AND NOTICE

Nights  ago my big  ole  moon goes

right gauze-skirting inside a night cloud

Once I saw this,  honestly,

It’s a black & white flicker

It’s a late, late, late show. It’s “The Letter”,

“I walked With A Zombie”, “The Third Man”,

Something is going on

Like under a magicians handkerchief

Something is gonna happen

We go darker into shadow

&  It’s Eminent  &  Soon

If we should  just  catch & notice

god’s shiny icon in a gauze skirt

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2 Responses to “FACE OUT TO ALL A FULL MOON MIGHT”

  1. Ann Carson says Eros is what we see reflected in the desire of a lover’s eye — it’s ourself — and the moon is the grand Illuminator, by which we see that desire most archly and grandly. I’m happy to find you out here.

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