A crater on the moon

A crater on the moon

A Poem by SleeplessVolcano

Your presence

Meant

The sun, moon, and stars to me

I thought

I found a staircase

That could at least give me

One last glimpse of your face

But alas

It was made of wood

And my last wish

Burnt to ashes

The last place I’m finding solace

Is a crater on the moon



© 2021 SleeplessVolcano


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SleeplessVolcano
Photo my own.

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Powerful and wonderful words shared my dear friend. We seek the perfect soul, the perfect heart to believe in. Do we accept less? I enjoyed the complete poem and thank you for sharing the amazing poetry and your thoughts.
Coyote

Posted 4 Months Ago


This struck me instantly as potential for song lyrics. But it has plenty of impact the way it is.

Great post. :)

Posted 6 Months Ago


SleeplessVolcano

6 Months Ago

Thank you. Yeah, I need to do something to it to make it song-worthy. Don’t have access to my pian.. read more
Moon has always been a fascination for me.. Lovely poem.. and loved the photo

Posted 6 Months Ago


SleeplessVolcano

6 Months Ago

Thank you. Who knows, maybe the moon can influence our poetry too….
Ardra

6 Months Ago

It sure influences my mood swings :)
SleeplessVolcano

6 Months Ago

Even while the sun is shining? ;)
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Pax
Aw.. My first reaction to this beauty.. Sometimes our dream or a lover is too far out of reach, that we can only dream the unreachable feeling... Well done my friend...

Posted 6 Months Ago


SleeplessVolcano

6 Months Ago

Thanks Pax - yes that dream is out of our reach. Time runs out and we can’t get it back.

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"In the end there doesn't have to be anyone who understands you. There just has to be someone who wants to". Robert Brault Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. ~ Pablo Pica.. more..

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