Mother Moon

Poem By Jess Terry

the moon is a mother,
tucking her children into bed,
her hair of stars sways gently,
as she looks down,
around her sleeping children,
closing the door,
opening her eyes,
watching all night,
darkness will quickly fade,
then we will be woken,
by the the suns,
glowing rays,
waking us to start the day.

Comments about Mother Moon

This has a lovely cadence to it. Well done for writing so well, with that symbolic touch, about something taken for granted. S x

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