Lullaby

Lullaby

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A feast of evocative images, Davy. The best way to represent ‘the backside of the night’!

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Another moon-themed post! I’ve been reading a number posts that mention the moon in their poems today.. Is there something that I should know of? Haha. Great imagery, D! You write a very haunting piece…

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Wow…this is an extraordinary poem, Davy. Amazing….

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So lovely, Davy–I agree with Roland about the images.

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This is outstanding, Davy. I love poems and images relating to the moon.

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Ahhh, I can’t see the moon here but that’sā€‹ okay. Your words paint the perfect picture.

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OH MY! How Exquisitely Beautiful–and I could almost hear the lullaby….

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aaaaaah. ā¤ how beautiful. ā¤

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A haunting poem. Beautiful.

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“A glass canvas”

Perfect way to describe a window with the the moon shining through, Davy…..

There is something so special about both seeing and hearing birds at night, right?

Your works remind me of days so so long ago…of being read to before sleep! Haha…corny, I know, but the sentimentality of your work touches me so. ā„

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What a beautiful image…

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