Kathleen Hartman


Mourning In Moonlight Poem by Kathleen Hartman


Mourning in moonlight
Soothed by the dark night
Riding on moonstone
Cast in the dim light

Grieving in showers
Throbbing for hours
Caught in a whirlpool
Shriveled like flowers

Caught in a heat wave
Down in a dark cave
Diamonds are black here
No time to be brave

Fear is a hard foe
Screams at you don’t go
Gasping for short breaths
Terror strikes a hard blow

Submitted: Friday, June 26, 2009

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