Neon Poetess Poem by Bill Cantrell

Neon Poetess

Rating: 4.5

Oh neon poetess,
We take delight,
With every word upon your breath

Tattered wings,
Against your light,
We gladly beat ourselves to death

Oh midnight poet,
In this darkened world,
A weary soul does well to cry

And though the sun,
Is much to hot,
In the day we place our wings to dry

Neon Poetess
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: poetry
Moths attracted to light, a poetess who pens emotions at night, my admiration for both, the day is for healing
Kostas Lagos 29 August 2018

This is really good! Congratulations!

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Bill Cantrell 29 August 2018

Thank you Kostas

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Bernard F. Asuncion 29 August 2018

Bill, such an inspiring write.........................

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Bill Cantrell 29 August 2018

Thank you Bernard, I appreciate your comment my friend

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Rini shibu 28 August 2018

Nice lines about midnight poetess, and comparison

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Susan Williams 29 January 2023

you write with such effortless beauty--- I think all us moths are attracted to your light--a million stars bless you and your pen and faved

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Sylvia Frances Chan 19 January 2021

5 Strs for this scintillating poem, dear Bill. To my Favourites. Thank you so much for sharing, the photograph added is brilliant. Magnificent Poem: Neon Poetess

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Varsha M 18 January 2021

Sir, you have so well penned moth for its characteristics and midnight poetess's poetic galore. Wonderful words.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 18 January 2021

Very Fascinating poem, dear Bill, crystal clear and cutest composed. I have enjoyed very much this amazing poem.

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Dr Dillip K Swain 09 October 2019

A spllediid work my friend! I appreciate and admire the lucidity of your poetic expression!

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