April 1st is the first day of National Poetry Writing Month, so gird your loins and your fingers. Let’s get it started.
Day 1 prompt: Lune
(Definition via Wikipedia: In plane geometry, a lune is the concave-convex area bounded by two circular arcs, while a convex-convex area is termed a lens. The word “lune” derives from luna, the Latin word for Moon. Formally, a lune is the relative complement of one disk in another (where they intersect but neither is a subset of the other)
For you to me,
you are my sphere
each of us a brilliant illumination.
For me to you,
I appreciate the eclipse of my convex to your concave,
two moons resting in each others’ arms.
nothing will be better than our bed at the end of the day
reflecting on our collective power,
but always sharing the same sights.