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Wisp On A Moon Beam

Wisp On A Moon Beam

written by: Sandra Henry

 

Perhaps a dream
is waiting
within Winter’s
lonely chill.
Perhaps a song
is playing
while memories
flow and spill.
Perhaps a tear
is falling
within the
dimming light.
Perhaps one heart
is breaking
throughout the
endless night.
Perhaps a word
is spoken
in comfort
and in care.
Perhaps a soul
takes flight
upon wings
of love to share.
Perhaps a smile
is dancing
along the Moon’s
bright, silver beam.
Perhaps a dream
is waiting
touching closer
than it seems.

Sandra Henry

Sandra Henry

Sandra Henry is a poet from Canada. Her poetry has been published in the anthologies "Dandelion in a Vase of Roses", and "Warriors with Wings", "Persian Sugar in English Tea, Vol II", and "Saffron Flavored Rock Candy, Vol I". Sandra is also a co-winner of the Dorothy Olivieri Memorial Chapbook Contest, 2019. Her work can be read online in Poetry Pasta, Stanzaic Stylings, Best Poetry, and most recently, Scarlet Leaf Review. Sandra loves reading and writing and spending time with her dog, Penny and her cat, Missy.
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