Joseph Enright

Autumn Moon - Poem by Joseph Enright

Oh Autumn moon
Heavenly lantern in an angry sky,
Casts an eyrie shadow
Through black sailed galleons
Upon a leafy covered forest floor.

Oh Autumn moon,
Shining through naked trees,
Branches like tentacles
Sway in a western breeze.

Oh Autumn moon
Light a silver pathway
Upon a heaving sea
Guide my loves ship safely
Home to me, to me, to me

Comments about Autumn Moon by Joseph Enright

  • (2/2/2008 4:59:00 AM)

    Beautiful intonation a landscape foreshortening …

    Best wishes…
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 29, 2008

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