“La Bella Luna”

by | Aug 3, 2015 | Poetry | 0 comments

When once thou held the gaze of Bards gone by
Such influence encouraged thoughtful prose
Sweet words poured forth (twud light up evening sky)
In overtures to love they did compose
Whilst imperfections showed on cratered face
Twas lyrical they waxed about such scars
Both dark side and known shadows would embrace
Invoking pull of planets and near stars
Now here I stand in awe of said ‘Blue Moon’
Upon the Earth, once seen from yon aspect
A sight so fair could make a clear head swoon
Across the world we long for reconnect
For time once was, when we didst cleave from each
Tho cast aside; still form’d within our reach


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