The maiden and the moon

The lunar eclipse
the coming of which
Marian had languished for
for months
went by with such
momentary velocity

– Niebla ( © 2009 )

Written using Eclipse, Languish and Velocity from 3WW.


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I wish to remain clear of details. My words shall lift the veil.
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2 Responses to The maiden and the moon

  1. SRIHARSHA says:

    Sometimes the things we wait for the most stay the least.
    Repetition of for makes a good reaD.

    an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind


  2. This is probably why they say anticipation is 90% of the event. Once the event arrives, it is so quickly done! Better to enjoy those moments where time seems to languish and drag out endlessly… find joy in all the little details and sensations of these times… because before you know it, they’ll just be memories, and how rich those memories are depends entirely on how much attention we were paying when we had the chance.

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