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  • Twilight Moonlight

    When our dreams
    (famished for foundations)
    deviate in the night

    when the moon
    pulls the tides
    and moves the ground

    when we truly know
    the distance from
    satiety to hunger

    may we
    only then
    say goodbye







    Last edited by lunar glide; 01-12-2018, 10:34 AM.

  • #2
    Awww...this is soothing LG...even with the tension inherent in your phrasing. Very nice.

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    • lunar glide
      lunar glide commented
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      Thank you RLW! Im glad you liked it

  • #3
    Quite beautiful imagery LG.

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    • lunar glide
      lunar glide commented
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      Thank you ATL. I appreciate the comment.

  • #4
    Good night Moon. Top of the queue LG!

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    • lunar glide
      lunar glide commented
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      Yes Bobby! Thanks for stopping by 😁

  • #5
    Only then I hope, this is a poem, wrapped in a soulful plea.

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      Thank you for visiting and commenting Dwayne. It means alot.

  • #6
    This is beautiful, thank you.

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    • #7
      im glad you think so MB.

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      • #8
        lunar glide, beyond question, this is one of the finest - if not the finest - poems of yours that Tanner has had the pleasure to read. Every word contributes to its own stanza of exquisite perfection that together flow beautifully - magnificent! truly magnificent!

        In particular, I love the first 2 lines and the last stanza!

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          Thank you Tanner. This is a great compliment.

      • #9
        Richly deserved. Tanner would not say it if he did not believe it. The phrase famished for foundations must have been a gift of the gods! It did not come from this world. As I have said before, your imagery makes Neruda turn in his grave with envy.

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        • #10
          Hello lunar glide, From
          satiety to hunger
          in the twilit awe of the last goodbye. There is such a wholesome wisdom about this poem and the poetry about it, is solid and yet sublime. Remarkable, truly. Fond regards, Tony.

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          • lunar glide
            lunar glide commented
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            Thank you for this beautiful comment! Truly appreciated

        • #11
          lunar glide I echo everything my moonlit poets have exclaimed above and I add my last impression that has left me in an ether; hypnotized by your phrasing with...

          When our...
          when the...
          when we...

          may we...

          reading aloud gives this a delicious taste of perfection to my buds!


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          • #12
            Thank you Suz-zen! I really appreciate the visit and comment 😁

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            • #13
              This is a quite lovely write, lunar glide! It feels like a calming, soothing, voice after a stressful moment. Not apologizing for what was, but understanding and accepting what it will be.

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