Daily poem 42: Moontides

 

The meadow rises like a sea

 

moontides of green

speckled pink and yellow

 

this lush richness

hides the hare

no mowing before the ebb tide.

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

29 thoughts on “Daily poem 42: Moontides”

      1. Think they use radar waves and infrared detection. The state is going to be a survaillance state, and maybe this is one of the testings for human observation? Michael

      2. Yes i read it some years before, and the EU has some more secret projects with human survaillance too. Today you can detect all you want, the devices to use are smaller than a smartphone. The only way to block them is using a so named jammer. 😉

      1. I think we try, but it isn’t always successful. The reader had to see what the writer sees, more or less, and that depends on how well she/he wields the words.

      2. Most certainly, the words can be read in so many ways depending on the mood of the reader and the emotions infused into them by the writer.

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