Toko Harper

Full Moon Flash By Tokoho 27jun2010

Full Moon Flash
by Tim Harper 27Jun2010

Full moon reflecting, across Farlington Lake
The water warm, the hour late

I dip my paddle, to the brink
Tree shadows rim, black as ink

Fish feeding, on the surface flash
Into the canoe, bump and crash

Canoeing at night, in the altogether
Warm humid air, perfect weather

Beads of perspiration, cover me please
Cool me with, summer night breeze

An owl reports, from a dark perch
Deer move in the brush, with a lurch

Small ripples flow, under the bow
Trying to bring back, reality now

Returning in the early dawn, unencumbered
The hours of the full moon, numbered

The longest day, the shortest night
A surrealistic feeling, of personal delight

Basking in, the full moon seems
Like something from, my midnight dreams

Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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