Hello everyone – I just thought I would share with you this exquisite poem that was written by the very talented Kimberly Wilhelmina Floria. She was inspired to write it after reading one of my poems and I really do love it when people are inspired to create art after reading my work. Enjoy it and don’t forget to subscribe to Kimberly’s blog!
The following poem was inspired by David Ellis from his poem Modern Ragnarök in his book Life, Sex, & Death a collection of poems vol. 1 by David Ellis of Too Full to Write
David lives in the UK. His book is available on Amazon.UK but I was unable to get a link for you here in the States.
the sun rises as the moon sets . . .
bringing new days and nights. . .
in reality, they don’t move. . .
it’s their child. . .
mother earth. . .
who spins on her axle. . .
breathing in the life. . .
of her father by day. . .
resting peacefully at night. . .
under her mother’s glowing light. . .
quietly the moon calls the sea. . .
she ebbs with the rolling waves. . .
crashing onto the shore. …
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