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moonlit night

Ink black liquid shadows
pour across the lawn.
In blue air
cats glide in and out of moonbeams,
slip into pools of darkness –

Barn owl
ghostly white night angel
swoops –
plummets – soars
and in its claws –
a captured mouse.

Somewhere a baby cries
dogs bark
trains pass.
a plane,
lights bright,
comes in to land.

Shadows reclaim
the silence.
Cats and owls
the suburbs
of mice,

and the unseen
milky way
spills its light
across the night sky.

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  1. Date: 10/18/2008 4:45:00 PM
    This was another artful, skillful poem! Lovely to read! ~ Best Wishes...Carrie