Books by Erin E Kelly-Moen
by Erin E Kelly-Moen
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Recent poems by Erin E Kelly-Moen
Shallow Me Not
Decomposing Crystal Ridge
Copper Mountain's River
In a Poet's Eyes
The Meteorite and The Atom Bomb
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Fallacies falling, one by one,
foreboding fills errant vacuum
of erstwhile mind, rebirthed sun
fades from thoughts hard-won.
Spinning in circles, flapping wings
of facetious thoughts
brings tears to sun-frigid eyes,
so many tears, conceived in time,
but not lost, held close,
they verify fated fallacies.
Frumptitude expands fragility,
but, who cares? It’s all-relevant
to fadings, which forever fail,
one by one; vacuuming away
hard-won mind, falling facetiously
into frumptitude’s sun.
Flappings failings, two by two,
forbearing’s fall, vacuumed by you,
of erstwhile mind; unbirthed sun
fades from thoughts un-won.
Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
© Copyright 12/7/03
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|Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero
|Bravo, Erin. Excellent piece. I too looked at the title and almost skipped it. Came in to read only because I like your work. Glad I did!
|Reviewed by jude forese
|excellent juxtapositioning ...|
|Reviewed by Helga Ross
|Erin, you're too much!
I detect a sense of humor poking through that there ennui; you do have a way with words. You certainly know how to play with them. A master. Bravo. I read the title and almost skipped this piece - I'm glad I didn't!