overheard

 

it was almost morning,

half moon and venus were

still hanging at the star bar

watching the world turn.

“earth, ain’t she a beauty?!”

half moon commented.

“she really is, considering

her age,” venus had to agree.

 

“she’s weathered many storms

in her years…whatcha think

about this global warming?”

“i’m not convinced, seems

earth’s weather has always

been a bit unpredictable…

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(sigh) i’m not sure people

are as wise and powerful

as they imagine they are.”

 

half moon chuckles, “well,

looks like sun’s gonna close

this place down…alright

if i walk you home?”

 

 

 

18 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. rothpoetry
    Apr 07, 2019 @ 15:13:38

    I tend to agree with your perception on this one! The answer is in the moon and stars! Only time will tell!

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  2. Oloriel
    Apr 05, 2019 @ 14:34:43

    This was celestial romantic, loved it!

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  3. robtkistner
    Apr 05, 2019 @ 13:26:24

    This was whimsical and clever Lynn. The vehicle of light conversation can be effective in presenting a point of view regarding something as heavy as climate change. For example: β€œnot sure people are as wise and powerful as they imagine they are.” I would continue: ”especially those ignoring the science.”

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  4. kim881
    Apr 05, 2019 @ 04:06:55

    I can hear that half moon chuckling, Lynn!

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  5. Mish
    Apr 04, 2019 @ 19:11:24

    How delightful and whimsical is this!!

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  6. Arcadia (@MissArcadia)
    Apr 04, 2019 @ 17:51:38

    I like the creativity in this poem. Well done.

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  7. sanaarizvi
    Apr 04, 2019 @ 15:57:29

    I would love it if the moon walked me home! ❀️ Exquisite write, Lynn πŸ™‚

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  8. Glenn Buttkus
    Apr 04, 2019 @ 15:37:40

    I love the conversational form of this piece. Venus may have a cosmic view of things, but too many nay-sayers on global warming are putting heads in the sand.

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  9. kanzensakura
    Apr 04, 2019 @ 15:10:17

    An imaginative poem! Funny and yet, not funny

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