Beneath A Misted Moon, a poem by John Drudge at Spillwords.com

Beneath A Misted Moon

Beneath A Misted Moon

written by: John Drudge

 

Remember
When we walked forever
Every day
And never tired of it
Remember
When you kissed me
Just because the Eiffel
Turned gold
And remember that time
We walked to the café
On the riverfront
Where we danced light
Across the misted moon
And my heart
Fell into you

John Drudge

John Drudge

AUGUST 2020 AUTHOR OF THE MONTH at Spillwords Press
John is a social worker working in the field of disability management and holds degrees in social work, rehabilitation services, and psychology. He is the author of four books of poetry: “March” (2019), “The Seasons of Us” (2019), New Days (2020), and Fragments (2021). His work has appeared widely in numerous literary journals, magazines, and anthologies internationally. John is also a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominee and lives in Caledon Ontario, Canada with his wife and two children.
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