Best Poem of Susan Lacovara

The Missing Moon
I stepped outside tonight to spy
As friend instructed I
To find the moon be sharing soon
Their two beholding eyes
A ceiling haze of hanging gray
Clouds led to my dismay
Not gifted by the sweetest shine
No moon came out to play
Wide is the world with miles unfurled
She's but an island girl
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His Mountains/Her Sea
It is by the sea I was deposited
Collecting shells and shooing gulls
For too long now, alone
Beneath my southern sun

And I knew not how I missed the mountains
Thick tree trunks lined, and waiting
And I dreamed again, like I once did
Far too long now, forgotten

'Til you...'til you...
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