Full Moon

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Scorned. Mourned.
I can forgo.

I can hate. I can spite.
I can let go.

Devotion. Affection.
I can only do.

For you on that evening;
When the night is beaming.

For you on a full moon;
When you hurt me soon.

Scorned. Mourned.
On that full moon,
i will never let go.

About michnavs

Celebrating life in rhythm and rhyme...
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33 Responses to Full Moon

  1. sheldonk2014 says:

    So powerful
    Simply beautiful
    As always Sheldon

  2. Davy D says:

    A nice poem Mich. A poignant contrast between love and hate and the scars they can leave behind.

  3. This was truly beautiful and serene.

  4. Christy B says:

    Wonderful – Especially the ending line!

  5. rosemawrites says:

    wow, Mich! so simple words yet you weaved them emotionally, powerfully!❤

  6. Short Rhyming Lines.
    A sweet Poignant Contrast between Love and Hate.

  7. Full Moon bring full of love.
    Full Moon brought full of hate.
    It inspires poets to write on love.
    It conspired lover to hate.
    Shiva
    😃💓💔🙏

  8. midimike says:

    Beautiful! I love it!

  9. Aquileana says:

    Full moon is a time of passionate feelings, good and bad ones. Very well penned. Love & best wishes. Aquileana🙂

  10. Yes, watch out for the full moon! Your lovely poem speaks to me. Emotions are high during a full moon, it has been said, and no one can hide from its light.

  11. Dead Donovan says:

    I love howling at the full moon! Did you take that photo? It’s gorgeous! It looks like claws are encroaching on it.

    ~PR

  12. maria says:

    Gorgeous lines and wise words.❤

  13. The Moon evokes many emotions.. And is our constant companion through thick and thin..❤ Lovely poem.. xx

  14. tmezpoetry says:

    Now I just love this! It was perfect for me today🙂

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