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Moon Shadows


Dear Diary,


Moon Shadows

A cloudless night softly blooms

Seeping, sliding in my room

Moonlit fingers sigh and caress

Urgently gliding through my dress


Coy Shadows linger, biding their time

Softly they whisper on the fringe of my mind

Shadows play, wander and dance

Sweetly humming of romance

Jealous Moon chases Shadows away

Pulls me close, keeping Shadows at bay


Moon insists and we passionately meet.

I yield, I shudder, in the cool heat

Slowly, Moon withdraws, gently easing

Shadows flit close, touching and teasing

They cradle me as Moon slips away

Murmuring, embracing, and with them I lay.


Comments on: "Moon Shadows" (14)

  1. Jane Isaac said:

    This is lovely!

  2. Mmmmm, very sensual! πŸ™‚

  3. Wow… the visuals you evoke are amazing. Very nice and, yes, sensual.

  4. Definitely love the visuals. Gotta love imagery!

  5. One of the great things about connecting with authors via social media has been the poetry. There are poems everywhere. I find them on sites as well as poems sent via multiple tweets. It’s like a Digital Renaissance of Poetry.

    I haven’t deliberately read poetry since college and I’m currently rediscovering what was a forgotten pleasure. I especially enjoyed this poem, your little Halloween frolic, which was a mini paranormal romance. Delightful! Thank you so much for sharing your poetry.

  6. “Moon insists and we passionately meet” Kellianne that is so beautiful πŸ™‚ the moon is so intoxicating isn’t it! I truly enjoyed “Moon Shadows” it truly reveals your innermost feelings, of your heart πŸ™‚ I will have to check out more of your poetry as time goes on. You are a wonderful poet Kellianne!

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