Awake – Photo by Nina Lindfors with Poetry

Awake - Photo by Nina Lindfors
Awake – Photo by Nina Lindfors

Nina Lindfors is an art director and freelance photographer from Espoo, Finland.  See more of her work HERE. To see a previous post with work by Nina Lindafors work –

Laura Mvula – Sing To the Moon


Lisa Cox

I fall away from day
With sharp gasp
All it’s thousand
Pulling grasps
Sun flees
Losing it’s battle
With the moon
No longer berating
Me with insistent rays
Demanding work
While they shine
Moon light settles
Like a veil
Softening all sharp
Edges even
Rounding out
Hurried breath
Slowing from gulps
To deep sighs
While cool air
Tempers hot pulse
Awake in night stillness
My thoughts unwind
Awake in moonlit reality
Stealing quietly moments
That tick softly toward
Harried sunrise
I live for nights
While the work
Of days sustains life

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