16 January 2010

Sappho on the Moon

The sinking moon has left the sky,
The Pleiades have also gone.
Midnight comes-and goes, the hours fly.
And solitary still, I lie.

The Moon has left the sky,
Lost is the Pleiads' light;
It is midnight,
And time slips by,
But on my couch alone I lie.

8 comments:

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Whoa! She breaketh out the poetry!

Nice, Liv!

May the Alone, except times sought, dissipate...

Salinte!

Livia Indica said...

Well said! And it will now! My cousin and her two kids are moving in with us!

Riverwolf, said...

Lovely poem--and enjoy what's left of your solitude!

Livia Indica said...

Thanks, but it's already gone!

Griffin said...

Ooh yes, Sappho's fabulous! Hurrah, more Sappho!... Homer said that, but I agree with him. Achilles asked who Sappho was, but he's not up on poetry. Not like that Odysseus anyway...!

S.B.S said...

that was a deep poem, I likely.

Arty Em, Creativity Traveler said...

Sappho on the Moon - awesome name and imagery. and thanks for visiting my blog - maybe you will explore the Rune casting world as a way to make some space for yourself - I have been truly amazed at the wisdom and depth of truth that comes from my Runes.

Livia Indica said...

Hi Arty Em. I still haven't gotten back into creative journaling...been moving and being sick has put a big dent in my plans. But I'm still planning and hoping to get to it soon. Thanks for stopping by.