Phoebe Spiller

(Idaho Falls, Idaho)

Moonbeams - Poem by Phoebe Spiller

I wrote my name across
The moon, last night
Danced among the stars
Scribbled prosperous
And successful on the
Billboard of the sky. "Hello, Universe" I said
And took my bow...
Before them all,
I have come to join
The human race; To live and love and learn
And walk the dusty path
With dignity and grace. Justice is my name
I cast the light in
Corners of the heart
A peek around the
Shutters of the mind
Pulled shut and closed
By pain and loss. Wake up, it's day
It's safe, come out
Come out and play;
The real YOU inside
Come play and dance
Together with LIFE!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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