“Moonlight in June”

By Reece Merrifield Sea-salt bodies attracted the tongues of a south-westerly breeze; like a well-trained dog in the company of a stranger, it licked all over and no respite was given, but we were thankful, for it was the hottest day in June.   Under streetlamp and sunset, we climbed the hill behind a Georgian … Continue reading “Moonlight in June”

The Seasoned Moons

By Thomas Page   Winter's first full moon Cloaked in two faced patronage Is and not the same.    Spring's first full moon o'er Refreshed dusk welcoming dawn Is and not the same.    Summer's first full moon Drenched in sunned atmosphere Is and not the same.   Autumn's first full moon Watching the dusk … Continue reading The Seasoned Moons