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Fly me to the Moon

Fly me to the moon
in a songswept cocoon
with a silvery spoon
dipped in cotton

the moth will arise
with a song in his eyes
and fireflies
will put on the kettle

a cloud for my pillow
the sun warms the willow
the stream cools my mellow
and follow

the sycamore tree
made a home just for me
when I busted my knee
in the meadow

but nearer than still
I’ve had flow of my fill
and I wish for to borrow
tomorrow

Fly me to the moon
past the doom and the gloom
on a silvery spoon
dipped in cotton

fly me to the moon image by Karin Taylor

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All rights reserved © Karin Taylor 1965 – 2013*
Contact email karinlouisetaylor@gmail.com*
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Comments

  • Teacup
    Teacupover 4 years ago

    this is so beautiful, with a touch of whimsey… am reminded of spike milligan writes!! xx

  • Thx so much Teacup.. :) glad you liked it..
    can you point me in the right direction to Spike? I’ll have a looksee..
    Would be great..thx again.. x

    – © Karin Taylor

  • barnsis
    barnsisover 4 years ago

    This is to me, in my lack of knowledge about poetry, a real poem. The rhyme is excellent.

  • Aw thx Byron, I don’t know anything myself. I just sit here with my iPhone, open the writing box and start typing, but I’m so glad you liked it :)

    – © Karin Taylor

  • Renate  Dartois
    Renate Dartoisover 4 years ago

    Lovely Poem Karin.

  • Thx so much dear Renate ::)

    – © Karin Taylor

  • Magnets-Mirrors
    Magnets-Mirrorsover 4 years ago

    wonderful write.

  • Rosalie Scanlon
    Rosalie Scanlonover 4 years ago

    Nice poem Karin.

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