Linda Hepner

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Moonlight - Poem by Linda Hepner

Standing on the corner,
He whistles at the girls,
He sticks his left thumb in his belt
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Comments about Moonlight by Linda Hepner

  • (5/26/2005 10:28:00 PM)

    The rhyme of this poem is elegant and easy to follow, although the meter is slightly irregular. The imagery is very strong, however I feel the poem becomes confusing when the horses are introduced. Is that a metaphore? I didn't understand then poems ending. (Report)Reply

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