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Poetry Friday: “indecency”

indecency (graphic)

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17 thoughts on “Poetry Friday: “indecency”

  1. Sensual and lovely, Matt – love the photograph, too, which adds to the poem’s mood.

  2. Love the idea of the moon being caressed, Matt!

  3. Great photo to go with your sensuous poem. Ah, the fondling.

  4. “Keep abreast” — cleverly indecent, Matt!

  5. Love the rawness of this, Matt.

    • Thank you all! Joy, there were numerous words, of course, that I could have used – touch, caress, stroke – but that just seemed like the best one in context and sound.

  6. So sensuous. I think that branch wants in on the action, Matt!

    • I almost included the trees in the poem, violet…but ultimately they just didn’t belong. I felt it was an intimate moment (on display for the world to see) between moon and clouds.

  7. Beautiful poem, Matt– especially love the personification of the clouds.

  8. Lovely, Matt. I especially like “bare as a soul.”

  9. maryleehahn on said:

    This is just to say that I have been here and read your words, but surgery on both thumbs last Tuesday prevents me from typing a personalized comment. Forgive me — copy/paste is the best I can do this week! :-)

  10. “Bare as a soul” – love that image! I can see why this photo inspired a poem – very evocative. And yay for a bit of free verse. Beautifully done!

    • Thanks, Renee – glad you liked it! I actually wrote the poem before I decided what picture to put with it. I was looking up at the sky the other night, thinking about how to describe the moon in a new, different way…and the first couple lines just came to me! I then started rummaging around in my files for a photo to go with it, and found this one which my daughter had taken a couple years ago.

      Gotta love it when a plan comes together!

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