Aminath Neena

Veteran Poet - 1,313 Points (Male')

Moon Child - Poem by Aminath Neena

Jack-knifed roads

Entwined in dreams

Take me To the Summer blues

Over the dusky mountains



I have wings

I soar

Across the ionic belt

Higher and higher

Into the Milky Way

I travel along with musky sensations



Starlight whispers

Touch And Tease On robed skin



Their adoring Dewy gaze



fastened



on



trembling



lips



glistening



in the



flimsy haze



of cosmic debris



where



Ribbon-ed silver dwarfs



shower,



Scented



Wisteria blooms



Of purple Over Flamboyant curls



Petite Petals quiver



In recollection

of passionate encounters

of

once upon a waning moon



As



The night lingers



Licking Its shadowy lips

Placing kisses

On tipsy Tardy curves



Bathed in drops of moonlight

Across

the cosmic river bank



Silky limbs Unfold

In Glimmering starlight



As the climb ascended



Up above the silver ladder





One, two, three.....



"Who are you? " Asked the star maidens



"I am the moon child" says, I


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 9, 2012



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