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Moon and Planet –

Steve Wilson

 
so – so – I’d forgotten
long – my distance
through – this satined dark
– wistfulness at once
and I am lost – this beauty

now like painted light
within the mind – a moment’s
face – if it should all drift
down – if it should all be gone
again against the earth

– to learn the wombword
of the night soon turning –
its persistent whispers
turning windward – song
that thrums with sky –
 

 

Recent poems by Steve Wilson are out or forthcoming in such journals as Beloit Poetry Journal, Commonweal, and Poem, among others. His books include “Allegory Dance,” “The Singapore Express,” and “The Lost Seventh.”

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