The Moon In Your Body - Poem by James McLain
Effectively it controls the body.
Knowledge of the heavens spun around.
The body rears her head the lips inside.
Hear the drum it rolls, tat, tat, tat, tat.
The acquisition kept therein.
The smell of light perfume inside the lace.
The moon the sea dark skies.
Waves that move so slow across the shore.
The sand between your toes.
The moon within the clouds as rain comes down.
Through the window face of you who love.
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