4 thoughts on “talking to the moon

  1. Yeah, I really like this poem as well. I like the relativity of it all at times like that– the past, what’s the past? what we remember, what counted most, what left us? and what’s today even, what indeed “passed for” it? and how unfair is it to feel the need to ignore something that’s not even there? Those nights can be heavy, and the moon is so light.

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