Shattered Image - Poem by Valsa George
Moon - a bashful bride
From behind the veil
Peers down into the silvery mirror.
She gloats over her own fair face,
That for eons
Peeped in and out, tantalizing
Bards and beaus - alike.
But, Alas! Driven by envy,
As a mischievous brat scrawls over
His sibling's piece of painting,
The wind tickles the Deep
Shattering the luminous image
Into a dozen fragments
Flo ating.....floating all around.
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