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January 20, 2015

Hunter Moon

‘Nocturnal’ is the next poem in my sanctuary series:

At first I revelled

in the extra space,

rejigged the pattern

of night and day;


watched stars track

through the skies,


took long dust baths

and afternoon naps,


fished for hours

by the land-locked lake,


caught my reflection

in the Hunter moon,


wished I could call you back,



From → Poetry

  1. Hi Judith! So beautiful verses! I wonder if you want to compose some thoughts for my “visuals”…Please, let me know…

    • Hi Roberto. Thank you for inviting me to compose some thoughts for your visuals. Did you have anything specific in mind or were you thinking I could respond more to posts on your site? Judith

      • Hi Judith, Thank you for your kind reply! I may send you some works so it could be easier for you to create poems or haiku or simple thoughts. I give you my email: – Thank you!

      • Hi Roberto. Thanks for your e-mail address. Mine is If you want to send a few examples of your work in the next week or so I will try to respond prior to leaving for New Zealand on 22nd February. I will not be available until April after that. Regards, Judith.

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