Joni Moosman Poems
|2.||The Snake Around Your Heart||1/26/2007|
|3.||The Mirror Man||1/26/2007|
|4.||For My Children||1/26/2007|
|5.||The Little Calvary Scout||4/6/2012|
|7.||My Falling Star (Dad)||2/25/2013|
|8.||The Secret Wall||5/22/2013|
|9.||Scanning The Pages Of Newsweek||5/28/2013|
|10.||The Sheep Herder Prince And The Water Siren||6/1/2013|
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The Snake Around Your Heart
I was so blind to the snake around your heart.
So child like in the morning light you lay.
I kissed your cheek, hugged you and prayed.
A changeling whispered back love you too.
I placed you on the heart strings of my bow.
Shot you out into the star scattered sky.
Forty-Four days and nights to make the boy a man.
God fought a demon, did it in thirty.
I plucked the string I did my part
I was betrayed by you and the snake around your heart.
You cast unholy, this quest we cannot play.
Childhood dies with all its toys left to fray
In red ...