Sister Moon

#planets #earth #moons #space Brother and Sister Moon (Image created in Nightcafe by Inky) Mother earth had two children who liked to play in space they’d hop and jump around their mum and enjoy their own little place But then one day, little moon spoke up “I wanna go out and explore!” further than she’d …

A piece for the Sun

#Thursdayinspiration Cheers to Sadje for the prompt and providing the image. Sitting as it does – In the Centre of our Solar System under its brightness we sit Night and day it sends us warmth – on both Sides of terra as it turns – warming us up with Hot rays of infra red – …

Day or night

#writeclub #astronomy #day #night #worldpoetryday Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Whilst morning skies bring an occasional dash of colour don’t forget to take your umbrella to see the light show When the sun goes to sleep a carefully choreographed carpet of velvet cascades across the sky with far off stars all trying to grab your …

Moon III

#Napowrimo #Day17 Many say its like a cueball only its pits and furrows are a bit more noted one thing about the moon – you can notice the craters – they give the moon its face Moments occur – when it seems our moon changes its shape one moment its shiny like a sixpence next …

The Moon, Sky, Stars and Sea

Salford 27th April 2020 #Napowrimo #writeclub #Dreams #Metaphor The moon is a bright shiny Ten Pence piece The sky is a furry dark blanket The stars are little sequins reflecting on that blanket The sea is a vast mirror, reflecting whats above The Moon is a beacon for space travelling mice The sky is the …

Spacekid

Salford, 22nd August 2018 Another piece inspired by the #Promptuarium Many thought you a funny kid On most nights they’d see you staring into space Overlooking the positions of the stars and the zodiac No other subject interested you more Destiny ? to be the first man to live – on a base on the …

Fairy lights

4th July 2018 A piece of poetry from inky’s mass of notebooks, with a nod and a wink to the #promptuarium Scattered like diamonds on black velvet the sky sparkles like precious cargo arrays of colours transmitted from light years away really catching the eye in the way each ‘jewel’ twinkles some would say – …

Visitor

A tale of Constellation – first told on Allpoetry.com The great relation of the sky decided today would be a good day to pay his sister a visit He moved quite fast for a constellation his age as he travelled unaided through the stars The Young whippersnapper also known as “the red planet” nipped at …

Midnight Blue

    Maybe its the colour of the night sky itself Its only when the sun goes to bed – does it appear Dozens , no thousands of stars peppering the dark blue Night after Night, showing planets and constellations Inky coloured skies, occasionally diffused by sodium lights below Great gods from Aries to Orion …