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Saturday, 25 June 2011
The inspiration for this poem came from a TwitPic that I had accidentally mis-named "Fool Moon" instead of "Full Moon", I was initially irritated but the name grew on me and - after a conversation with a lovely friend - decided that I would create a poem using that accidental name.
Fool Moon - 25 Jun 11
In the evening sky She woke Looked down To find her lover
She hopes that he sees Her dance... Clinging to her hope
Through the trees Bushes Fool Moon Dances With tears in her eyes
He wanders Looking for her In valleys Cross rivers Down to the Ocean
He danced To attract her attention Hopefully... Though he didn't see her
Never looking In the right places
The Fool Dances Under the Fool Moon
I would like to thank Muse for gently re-positioning my fingers to create the phrase "Fool Moon" in the first place and my friend dani for suggesting that there is a poem in there somewhere.
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