Carolyn Evans Campbell: Two Poems

Light and Shadow   When nights are full of moon and deep sky, moonlight   is in the violin across the lake in the throats of amorous frogs   shines in the eyes of lovers and on the backs of beetles   puddles on every leaf drips through the branches   wavers on the forest floor marks the way across the water   What then are the dark shadows moving throughout the moonscape   without a source, form or substance swallowing beauty, consuming light?             Carolyn Evans Campbell   A Roll of the Dice                                            They walk to a drum…

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