Poem Published at Eunoia Review

She felt the pull of full moons on distant cliff tops drowned in marbled light, telescopic eyes waiting to know and bore deeper each time. Her cocked ear heard magnets align currents like stars beneath a pained black sea. I think she knew. In a dream I saw Venus at solstice nursing spoonfuls of strawberry […]

via the girl who knew the moon — Eunoia Review

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