Sun and Moon Sonnets

I started writing sonnets as a way to develop skillfulness as a writer.  I was also walking outside a great deal, and it was good practice to learn the names of things.  Gradually, the sonnets and the walks merged — I began writing pieces specifically about the moon cycle, and the sun cycle. Over the course of three years, these cycles gradually developed.

Update: Found these poems useful in some fashion? Consider buying my book of poems celebrating the Behenian Stars, available from Amazon (kindle) or from Etsy (PDF).

Moon Cycle

Sun Cycle

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