Flames of the Moon

The flames of the moon,
Dance before it swallows them,
When we will be left in darkness,
Unsheltered of want,
Dissolving our heart’s path,
Devoid of any consequences,
One by one,
The flames and embers go out,
Tracing back the steps of light,
Blindness cast upon us.

Jason James Page

Author: Editor

Poetry lover and writer. I am employed as an IT consultant and love poetry and music undyingly

4 thoughts on “Flames of the Moon”

  1. Wish I’d thought of that comment because I love chocolate fish, but anyway, too late now. I think this piece if one of your best, Jason. It lends itself to so many interpretations and is so neatly contained in those few short lines! The image is so arresting.

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