We Share the Moon

This poem was originally posted on 17 March this year. I wrote this poem as a dedication to my fellow blogger and dear friend Robbie (ArchangelWhiteWolf). Some of you may also have been following Robbie’s blog and know that Robbie decided to close his blog. I feel it is fitting for me to post this poem again to remember Robbie.

When I sit alone
under the pastel moonlight
I imagine you sitting in solitude
sighing into the cosmic night sky

How many battles have you fought
How many dreams have passed you by

I stretch out my arms
in rolled up sleeves
trying to catch as many wishes
you shout to the universe
as my heart is able to contain
turn them into prayers
lighting up the dying dreams
of a warrior

 

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Photo by Zoltan Tasi on Unsplash.com

 

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Cassa Bassa

🇦🇺🇨🇳 inquisitive, observant, witty, a thinker, was a misfit child 😊

20 thoughts on “We Share the Moon”

      1. Recession for 98% of people. I am spending less and on a tight budget. Whole world shall feed this depression. Nothing moving and no-one working. I hope this sickness end quickly. If it don’t. We will learn how to live cheaper and more wisely. We will overcome this. Every 40 years. A illness appeared. Good time to read books and write. Maybe you can write the great novel dear Cassa?

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      2. I agree. I work with low income earners and some already job loss, unable to pay rent and the flow on effect. Please keep them in your prayer if you feel called to it. We stand together against the fear. 🙏

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