In honor of Poetry Month, here's my contribution to SheWrites
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Hi all I live far away from the city, and won't likely be able to leave poetry in anyone's pocket except that of my friends who read this. One evening, I sat at a stop light, waiting for the light to turn green. Casually looking up to the sky, I was stunned by what I saw. Here is what that moment inspired. Night Sky Tinamarie Bernard Lightly suspended by celestial filament The flaxen sliver of the new moon Cast its pale light onto a lone wisp of cloud. For one ephemeral moment they danced Lighting up the night sky with translucent magnificence One delicate cloud blushing bright from moonbeam kisses. I missed the green signal just gazing at their affair. And no one honked.

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