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Strawberry Moon

by Corrin Harris about a year ago in inspirational
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Strawberry Moon
Photo by Dylan Sauerwein on Unsplash

Sticky sweet summer air,

Longer days and shorter nights.

A strawberry moon; so sweet and fair.

Lovers revel in her blushing light.

Enchantment seen through a rose hue;

The night brings mystery and magic.

Revealed only to a selected few.

To be blind to her is tragic.

By Edward Howell on Unsplash

Will you take the risk to know?

The chance may not live til day.

To find the secret of her glow.

Whispered Wisdom is her way.

Ripeness of strawberries are short-lived;

Let us learn to take chances.

Don’t miss the opportunity that she gives.

In her glow love prances.

The month of June is her terrain,

When the heat of day is long.

Under the cover of summer rain,

Kiss her before she’s gone.

By eberhard grossgasteiger on Unsplash

Thank you for reading! Please give me a little heart if you enjoyed this poem. This poem is dedicated to the lovely people at sweet medicine.



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