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"Spring Moon "
Transcript of "Spring Moon "
by George Johnston
George Benson Johnston (October 7, 1913 - August 2004) was a Canadian poet (who published as George Johnston), translator, and academic "best known for lyric poetry that delineates with good humor wisdom the pleasures and pains of suburban family life.
Moon in a town sky,
Half shut, dark one way from the middle,
Above a creek with spring peepers.
Homeward all alone, after joy,
Hands in pocket, making a thoughtful way
Over the bridge, down the street
No voices, no women,
And a solemn unsteadiness of all things.
In this poem, the author describes us how he appreciate a beautiful scene of a spring moon.
Héctor A. Ramos