Two Moons

There was a strange excitement in the air

two moons fixated

one next to the other

another world

where there is no despair

a wild energy

unlike no other

looking up into the sky

two moons shine high above

then out of nowhere

they dip down

breaking apart

as if a string held them together

a plane broken in two

collapssing between them

exploded and fell

leaving a trail of madness

for all to see

the whirlwind then began

we dipped below

so far down

like an amusement park ride

slipping into nothingness

we all thought we were going

to die

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Frank Atanacio 23 months ago from Shelton

the two moons... the poem .. perfect...

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always exploring 23 months ago from Southern Illinois

Beautifully written. I love looking at the moon, two would be cool!

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FlourishAnyway 23 months ago from USA

Very unusual, intriguing. I liked it.

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btrbell 23 months ago from Mesa, AZ

Intriguing! Parallel universe?

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cleaner3 23 months ago from Pueblo, Colorado

excellent poetry Caroline

I love Moon poems .. they are the essence of romance..

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Gypsy Rose Lee 23 months ago from Riga, Latvia

a most lovely poem I love the moon two moons makes it better.

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carolinemd21 23 months ago from Close to Heaven Author

Thank you Frank, Ruby, FlourishAnyway, Btrbell, Michael and Gypsy for all of your kind words. It is great to hear from all of you. I hope you have a great holiday! :)

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