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I found this poem in my book a few weeks ago. Lately every time I open the book to read, I just seem to open the book to that page. Taken from Glyphs, Poems and Stories of the Colorado Plateau
Here goes:
I watched the moon blow fragmented across the night and I did nothing.
I let the pieces break and fall where none would place them
back together
I watched its luminious crust splinter
as it fell forever from the sky
Dawn broke this morning
and so did I
Written by Amy Daniken Osborne
 
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I never knew anyone read these poems. Did you like it?
 
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Amy,

What a Joy to meet you this morning on the forum!

I have only seen this one poem -- and like it very much!

Where do we find others?

Tom
 
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