O’Moon, O’Stars

Mary Holden
Dec 3, 2017 · 1 min read
…through the grace of pixabay….

on full moon night the stars still think to stay right in elliptic synch

they care not of human seeing or perceptions guaranteeing

signs and symbols predictive scope as illogic hands light a rope

stringing something casting tightening searching doing being frightening

NOTE: Tonight appears a ‘supermoon.’ Every time the moon grants a quanta of light to the nighttime sky, human wonder rotates into a different pattern of perception. The four main phases of the moon are: crescent, gibbous, waxing, and waning.

When you take time to add up all the full moon night hours in your life, how many birthdays have you had?

This is what I mean by astroillogical. When I analyzed the amount of moonlight that has influenced my life since birth, I found a poem under the sign of the flashlight.

You have one of these poems in you, too.

Mary Holden

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A constantly evaporating editor and writer. Co-founder, new72media.com, and ‘fester of mani.