Night Walk in Moonlight, Original Poetry by Thomas Martin Saturday


Night walk in moonlight

To walk in moonlight,
under benevolent trees
over-covering light shadows

calls to mind
hours spent
around wood-fires

where
maidens
dance

conjuring truths
unheard
since the Alpha of time;

though by forethought
known to me
recalling

the smell of ancient wisdom books,

memories made sweet
merely
with stories retold

pungent soils of earth
I draw a circle
on sandy beaches
each particle a star

from the Creator Spirit’s
shepherding hands,

one with divine existence
justifying faith
persevering in light.

Copyright 2016 by Thomas Martin Sobottke

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