Beanery Online Literary Magazine

August 10, 2008

MOONSTONE RHYMES

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BEANERY ONLINE LITERARY MAGAZINE
MOONSTONE RHYMES
written by Diane  
    For Marty

looking
searching
seeking err

attention
turning
now I’m here

smell the fragrance
love renewed

it is now
each breath we choose

no church baby
this is life

no someday
do now or die

throw your
clothes into
the fire

walking naked
to the moon

hitchhike
heart hides
in the shadows

make a wish
we’ll be home soon

smell you
taste you
touch our love

was it worth it?
yes

This is guest poet Diane’s first submission. To see some of her other non-writing work, visit the blog on Ligonier that she hosts: http://ligonierliving.blogspot.com/

ADDITIONAL READING:
MUSTANG SALLY’S GUIDE TO WORLD BICYCLE TOURING

LET MIND GIVE WAY TO HEART

SHOULD I REVEAL OR BURY THE FAMILY SECRET?

THE ICE CREAM MAN

TO MATTIE

IMAGINATIVE, ORIGINAL, PURE, PROFOUND POEMS by CHILDREN

DRESSING FOR BLESSING: GOD AND FASHION Part 1

IF I COULD CRY

PAPER PLATES AND SILVER PLATTERS

SHALIMAR

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