Chris Lane

Your Completeness. - Poem by Chris Lane

Do You feel a sense of completeness,
Upon having seen the full moon?
It's entirely in keeping with your goddess nature,
A celestial rhythm tune.

'I am more of a constellation and planet kind of person, '
She told me hastily, 'so the first thing I see are the stars, the planets, then the moon.'

With delight I added, 'There is hope for us yet.
So long as you dream past the moon,
Which we have conquered and called our own.
Perhaps, yet we will reach those planets,
Those ones you are most in love with.

Hail Mary, I won't confuse you with Venus.
You will always be Mary,
an earthbound love mystery.

*Thanks to Mary for her input on writing this poem.

© Calac.

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  • (4/16/2008 5:27:00 PM)

    Margaret – what an imaginative comment. I also have this image of logocentric energy attainment between day and night! . Does that make sense?
    Kind regards
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 24, 2008

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