Lunatic About The Red Moon Poem by Doris Cornago

Lunatic About The Red Moon

Rating: 5.0


The inconstant moon
How it glows in the night
As we watched in silence
I hope the morning brings
Some clarified feelings
About why, who reasons

What's to say about the past?
We've loitered behind too much
The future is upon us to decide
Should we hurry to what's coming
Or tarry on pretending there's nothing
The moon glows above beckoning

Looking around me at the party
I'm satisfied that I've done right
Stayed my course, transparent
Though there are constant changes
I know the moon 🌗 is just the same
It's looking at things that change

We have not talked much today
Yet day after day I know what goes
In your mind and soul, the struggles
If there's a way to make it easier
Would have done so, right away
Love keeps circling back, lunatic

Lunatic About The Red Moon
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
You and I are like the moon, changing in moods and yet, deep inside, we are still the same person, with dark and bright sides.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Captain Cur 12 March 2021

A perfect landing for this astrophysical metaphoric love poem. A one of kind write, just like that red moon.

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Doris Cornago 09 March 2022

Love makes everything beautiful. But falling out of love?

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Varsha M 11 March 2021

A very profound indepth poetic metaphorical expression. Very well envaptivated essence of true love in your verses.

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Doris Cornago 09 March 2022

Thank you. But truth is, alas, not absolute like the phases of the moon. Theres a dark side to love.

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M Asim Nehal 10 March 2021

Straight to my favourite list of poems.

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M Asim Nehal 10 March 2021

Wow, such a wonderful poem followed by the beautiful picture. It captivated my heart. Full Stars...

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Doris Cornago 09 March 2022

Thank you, Md Asim. Be careful with your heart.: (

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Kostas Lagos 09 March 2021

Excellent poem Doris! The moon brings great inspiration

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Doris Cornago 09 March 2022

Thank you, Kostas. You're too kind. : )

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