Moonlit Kitty


When you’re blue,
look above:
the moon smiles,
bright with love.

Copyright 2017 Brenda Davis Harsham

Notes: Here’s a ditty for the Super Moon, shining this month. My daughter wanted a poem for art that she loves: a print entitled “Fromage” by Madeline Ellis. I’m hard at work, polishing my finished book, and it’s going well. Sympathies to those near LA affected by the air quality, smoke and evacuations.

Happy Poetry Friday. The roundup is at a Tumblr site called Steps and Stairs this week. You click “Submit” at the top and publish a post.

Poetry Friday Heron

Have a magical day!


55 thoughts on “Moonlit Kitty

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  2. Super shine from Friend Moon & from me for your Work in Progress soon to be Words in Publication, Brenda!
    And batik is one of my favorite mediums. This artful feline & Friend Moon suggest action to me, which isn’t always the case with moon images or for cat portraits.
    Double, triple delights here.

    Many vibes, prayers wafting to my relatives & dear pals near the Getty-area & other CA fires. So far everyone I know is safe,
    but I imagine animals, lost trees & plants & the coping with dirty air.

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  3. Now, see, I should have come here last night, but I watched “Psych – the Movie” instead! But I wouldn’t have had to guess this morning about “SUBMIT”. I did it with my fingers crossed, and my eyes…I was still tired.
    I love that card. I can see why it is a favorite of your daughter’s. Love “when you’re blue, look above…”
    Simply a perfect pairing today. Hope the finishing touches on your book continue to go well!

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