Moonish – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“The sun watches what I do, but the moon knows all my secrets.” J.M. Wonderland

Moonish

Even when she was full
moon was moonish subtle,
her gestures wafting like
jasmine on a summer's eve
that stirs the heart to glow
as lover's light unveiled,
sung on by a chorus of
lesser glimmers of night,
that curved a smile on her
lips as she pretended not 
to see me in the shadows.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

26 Comments

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26 responses to “Moonish – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. I love this! You could do a whole moon sequence of poems.

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  2. Charis Counselling

    So beautiful I love it

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  3. Beautiful poem and quote too.

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  4. I wonder how many people “talk” to the moon. 🌒

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  5. Amy

    So very beautiful, Paul.

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  6. Mannishiblog

    Beautiful words..

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