The Journey of the Moon

This is a poem jointly written with my friend Sara Jacobovici, which just happened. She sent me a few lines of her poem, and I completed it with the flow of my thoughts. We are happy with the result.

Sara Jacobovici writes

Giving birth to a moment, in the blink of an eye.

Connecting with a lifetime, through a sideways smile.

I see its transparency awash with the tide.

As the moon pulls time in, and lets go with a sigh.

Reena continues

Ethereal is the love, and fragile the connect

letting in the Sun, as it covers the last mile

The curtain of daylight, and brightness that blinds

The journey of the moon, is an untold story divine.

 

They guard life, while time moves

They measure time, while life moves

They meet in twilight, like a moth kisses the flame

What spurs them on to continue the endless game?

 

A parallel existence, getting less than it deserves

phasing out oneself to let the other, reign and shine.

The mystery of intertwined destinies pulls them in

to discover their own self, and secrets of love sublime.

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20 Comments

  1. Hey Reena,

    I phased out half-way through this delightful poem only to find myself woken by the tender sweet kiss of radiant sunlight. Thank you for illumination.

    Your ask in your poem…What spurs them on to continue the endless game? Could it be, the persistent thrill of the chase?

    Also, would you mind if I asked what a ‘Content Developer’ is, or what they do? You describe yourself as, ‘Writer, Published Poet, Image and Success Coach, Trainer and Content Developer.’ and I am curious to understand a little more. Thank you.

    Namaste 🙂

    DN

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  2. I love these lines:

    “Ethereal is the love, and fragile the connect”

    “A parallel existence, getting less than it deserves”

    Like

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