poet James McLain

James McLain

'Moons' Cover-Slips Right 'Over'

Keep him there your happy man,
along hopes soft causeway.
Moons yellow light you hide him in,
cloud faces closer, moved away.
And your charm in him, moon finds,
Held wide the joy and light inside.
You lure him back where he belongs,
and 'Moons' Cover-Slips right 'Over'
Back and forth across nights sky.

Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 6, 2009

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  • Tai Chi Italy (12/6/2009 9:31:00 AM)

    Truly revealed in loves beautiful light.

    A stunningly observant verse, totally in tune.

    Smiling at you


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