The unique half-moon shape

by Ginger Cochran


The light filters softly through the window,
highlighting the dust particles in the air.
The unique half-moon shape
from the shadows of collected items
in the light’s path rests on the maroon,
floral carpet. She counts the petals
in their motif and imagines a secret garden.
She descends into the light and clumsily
attempts her sultry look. The curve of her
mocks all pre-conceptions of beauty or grace
and her eyes playfully dance at the shadows
the trees project onto the walls.


Ginger Cochran is an emerging poet, residing in Denton Texas. She is currently working on her first poetry collection, Doorways, to be published in 2019. To see more of her prose, visit Self Labeled. She is also an accomplished visual artist. Please see her work at www.gingercochranart.com as well as Instagram @gingercochranart.

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