The moon has its seen it all before face on tonight – by Andrew Turner

 

If you could reach that far you would slap it. What’s dull for the moon is life and death for you. At least it still shares its light, although I suspect it’s trying to persuade those clouds to hide it, just out of spite. Finish quickly while you can still see. Dig faster.

 

 

 

Andrew Turner has been published in a number of online and print magazines. He lives in Staffordshire. Also at andrewturnerpoetry.wordpress.com

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