Sun & Moon

Sun & Moon

If it’s just the casting of a die of chance,

It’s a cruel world, our crossing, just a sortition

Courting and dating, a razor’s edge, just a nuance

A fantasized life, with dreams of love and coition

To steer this moral maze is a sacred prance,

through a blind world that sees only with suspicion

Into the arms of sin I am forced entrance

knowingly, to pursue this love, will require contrition


Dangerous moments, in your eyes, lost in a trance,

Only emphasises our untenable condition

Those private moments; a knowing, longing glance

A quiet, subtle and shared recognition

Into a life and sanctity of marriage,

I know we both strive for this same ambition

Yet like the Sun and Moon, bound in their eternal dance,

destined never to have their love see fruition

Michel Weatherall

Michel has published 5 novels and a collection of poems: The Symbiot (2015),
The Hunt: Symbiosis (2015),
Necropolis (2017) and
The Refuse Chronicles (2018), all form the weird fiction / horror series,
as well a selection of dark poetry in "A Dark Corner of My Soul" (2015)
(All through Broken Keys Publishing).

A theological essay in American theologian Thomas Jay Oord's "The Uncontrolling Love of God: An Open and Relational Account of Providence" (2015)

In March his latest novel will be released, Ngaro's Sojourney (2019) as well as The Symbiot 30th Anniversary, The Nadia Edition (2019)

2018 Faces of Ottawa Awards Favourite Author finalist &
2019 Faces of Ottawa Awards Favour Author finalist.

His most recent collection of poems is "Sun & Moon".

Twitter: @brokenkeys9

Instagram: @weatherallmichel


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