Moon Moans Stars

Poem By James McLain

Stars orbit circle moons eye
eruptions
moans Venus
luminous eruptions glowing
Mons flows
glimpsing purple
sky
chaste reflections shine
rising haughty chest
spraying brilliant stars in moon.

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