March Speculative Fiction Prompt: Moon Child

A mysterious and wonderful poem from Pensivity. Enjoy.

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Diana Wallace Peach has given us this image from Pixabay to work with this month.

pixabay image by Natan Vance

For visually challenged writers, this is a silhouette of a young person walking in a street in a darkened and empty city. Overhead is a huge moon eclipsing the sun.

I am a child of the Moon,
Tonight is my time.
I walk in the half light
Taking in my surroundings,
Seeing beyond the dark,
Feeling what lies on the air.
I am alone in my quest,
I hear the lingering silence,
Listening for what was.
It is too late for them,
They did not heed the warnings,
But perhaps
I am not too late for the others.
I am a child of the Moon.
I walk in the half light,
I can give them Time.

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33 thoughts on “March Speculative Fiction Prompt: Moon Child

  1. […] The above image is the March speculative fiction photoprompt from D. Wallace Peach at Myths of the Mirror. Thanks to Diana for the inspiration! https://mythsofthemirror.com/2019/03/02/march-speculative-fiction-prompt-moon-child/ […]

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    • Excellent story, Christina. The end was gripping with the running sand. Your comments are closed. Not a problem, but I didn’t know if you knew that. Thanks so much for playing with the prompt. I’ll line it up for a reblog. 🙂

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  2. dgkaye says:

    Wonderful photo prompt and poem. I’m trying to get above water catching up Diana but I fully intend to hop on in April. ❤

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    • Awesome, Debby. I would love to share your poems or stories. 🙂

      Hey, can I ask you a question? Are you getting all my comments on your website. They haven’t shown up (for months). I sent you an email through your contact form about three months ago and never heard back. I figure you hate me or there’s something wrong. Lol. Just wanted to let you know. I do leave a comment on all your posts. ❤

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      • dgkaye says:

        Lollllllll Diana, I must hate you. But seriously, holy crap. what the hay? I have seen you ‘like’ my posts, but no comments. I figured you were busy lol. Seriously, I will investigate because since the new year I”m getting like 150 spams on my website comments, it’s ridiculous, I can’t scroll through them all daily so I read the first few and hit delete. I’ll be you’ve been in there. I’m sorry. I will have to start scrolling til I find you in there. I’m sorry I have no contact mail from you either. Looks like Worstpress is at it again. Now I’m on a mission. 🙂 ❤

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  3. Ooh…nice picture: great prompt and response.

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  4. Wow, this is good! I liked how they brought the beginning around to the ending ❤

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  5. AmyRose🌹 says:

    What an excellent poem, Diana! The “tone” throughout this penned beauty runs like a deep stream, mysterious and alive. I’ve missed so much here on account of what is going on in my life, yet every time I do come here, I am amazed by your blog and all that you do. Thank you for all you do and bringing here such talented and gifted writers. Glorious!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

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  6. Going to have to up my game after reading this! This is seriously good!

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  7. Chilling and delightful!

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