I Ask The Moon - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz
I ask the moon for help
Her cream colored luxury
Her wise spell compels
My heart deep in the stars
Who are you?
Will your soul shine on me
Glimmering sea in the night
Does the moon speak to thee?
My curtains open like my heart
Soft light washes my room
My darling I am the humble earth
If you will not speak to me
I ask the moon to ripple dreams
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