Sunday, April 6, 2014

Poetry Sunday Once Again

Winter moons

If there is a subtle joining
The countryside of Maine
With the vast Oshana plain
It is surely in the winter moon

Where one reflects in brilliance
Across the snowy white
The other does with equal light
Upon the golden sand

Steve Harvey

From the Namibian Collection

1 comment:

James R said...

Great. I feel I've been there.