If Only
by M.W. Clark



And the moon watches us
in our passion

As hot wax we meld together
As honey,
we sweetly ooze.

If only this were happiness
The moon would smile.

If only this were love
The moon would laugh.

But the moon is silent
And it wanes.
About M.W. Clark:
M.W. Clark is a biologist and writer living in Los Angeles. His other works of
poerty and fiction can be read on
www.ahickshope.net.
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