Moonlight and Roses

Soft metronomic muscle caught
on snag-toothed grin of gristled moon,
faint wishbone whistle, picayune,
 

long-stemmed laments from thorns are wrought.
Wet roses wilt amid the silt
of sodden land that sorrow bought.
 

As footings rot on runes rough-hewn,
soft metronomic muscle caught.
 

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2 responses to “Moonlight and Roses

  1. Beautiful and melancholic… very fitting of my state of mind lately. It makes me feel less alone. Thanks for sharing your gift.

    Beth

  2. A sharply crafted lament.. I enjoyed how you take a fresh look at moonlight and roses… this one snags and seduces at the same time. Wonderful sounds throughout.. pulsing away to the metronomic muscle…finely achieved. Those thorns do prick.

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