Liar’s moon lullaby…

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 Liar’s moon lullaby…

I told the liar’s moon, eleven anthrax shots given to me by the Army. I have forgotten more than I remember.

I search my deaden mind for faces, for the wonderful places I have seen and things lost.

Tonight I sat with a brown-hair lady wearing a multi-colored Summer dress, soft shoulders tempting me and a smile of gold by the sea. I told her, she was so damn beautiful, you could be my muse, my siren?

She looked hard into my face and she whispered, dear poet, I see your sad eyes, in your eyes, I can see regret, joy, great sadness and ancient things.

I told her, you are a Poet’s dream, eyes of coffee-brown and you make me wish for untold kisses and great adventure. I was told you are crazy and wild in heart. I love crazy. Crazy does what she want. Tonight…

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  1. lovely piece, with the exception of the anthrax shots, I had to read up on that when I saw that in your piece. That is crazy, I heard something about it a long long time ago and I remember a woman protesting about her son’s rights. My father served for 20 plus years and when you join the military they own you. I really do appreciate your service, I know a lot of people say that but I mean it. I grew up in a military family, the whole family is in the military to a degree. So thank you and I am sorry that they did that to you. Blessings to your whole family. xoxoxxo

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