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Tomorrow's Moon

written by: Alexander Wolff

 

I am awaiting
Tomorrow’s moon
To dry the tears brought on
By today’s sunlight

Soft luminescence soothes
The sunbeam’s scorn

Life: A synthesis of
Muffled noise and
static hums of
shrieking silence

Days coming and going
Degrees of scorch and pining
A seasonal stifling

Let the winter come
And cool the fires that burn
Let the summer pass
For scorched lands be cooled

Hang in the ether
Orb of luminescence

I am looking for
The waxing of the moon
For the waning of my heart

 

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:

This poem is featured in an anthology called "Yearnings" by Ayo Gutierrez.

Alexander Wolff

Alexander Wolff

Alexander Wolff is a poet who studies Buddhism, music, and psychology. His main inspirations are the unity of human suffering, Confessionalism, and personal experiences of life.

"Poetry bridges the gap between reality and phantasy."
Alexander Wolff

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