Full Moon is a chapbook collection under issue #174 written by Ed Baker. Three line poems about the full moon are spare and beautiful. Below I will share a few:
can you move
a little closer
This poem reminds me of nights when the moon looms so large in the sky you feel you could almost reach out and touch it.
wash the dishes
I picture Mr. Baker washing his dishes and looking up at the moon, don’t you?
with nothing to say
I see the face of the moon and think of this poem now, the “man on the moon” has nothing to say, only stares down at our world so far away…
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