The moon will guide you through the night with her brightness,
but she will always dwell in the darkness, in order to be seen.
This world wouldn’t be
without the moon.
BY DIANE SAHMS-GUARNIERI
A poem on the night the moon was missing.
BY DEE ALLEN
This is a Grimms’ fairytale style story about a young woman who enters a mysterious wood, never to come out again. She bonds with an intelligent tree and is happy until the next person enters — a man with an axe.
BY JOSHUA KEPFER
I sit at the typewriter
fortunate to be at peace…
BY RP VERLAINE
This is the story of the night the sea fell in love with the moon. The sea is remembering the time they met their love, the moon, and how they began to reach for her every night (the tides). The Moonflowers mentioned in the story are actually a real flower known as Beach Moonflowers, and bloom primarily at night.
BY LILY INMAN
A surreal flash fiction piece about the moon as an eye and as a voyeur. Do you like her gaze? Why does it never wander?
BY ADRIANA BELTRANO
These poems speak of different aspects of my relationship to the moon and my love for flowers.
BY CAROL ALENA ARONOFF
A poem of the night’s magic … flowers and eclipses …
BY LORRAINE CAPUTO
She has been the carer for her parents, and now that they are both gone, she is left with no direction in her life, fighting with depression, and guilt. Her life can start again, but only if she can conquer her demons.
BY DEBBIE HEWSON
A story of coming of age in outback Australia and the realization the moon doesn’t have a south side.
BY ELIZABETH ROBYN STANTON
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