“Embalmed with love in this twilight song”
I watched the half-moon
Obscured by dark drifting clouds
Then revealed again
I waited half-hoping you
Would show yourself in the night
Depth Charge: The title for this poem is the last line of Walt Whitman’s A Twilight Song.
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