Cindy Bousquet Harris

Issue 20

Hunter’s Moon

You start this poem by the want of it,
from the darkness of its long and stony sleep,
scared of the circles time takes.
You reach for echoes from the mouth;
some repetitions are made to be music.

Source & Method

“Hunter’s Moon” is a cento of lines from poems in The Bombay Review, by Tikuli, Margot Block, John Koshy, Samuel Oluwatobi-Olatunji, Madhura Banerjee, and Vibhuti Gour.

Cindy Bousquet Harris is a poet, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and an editor at Spirit Fire Review. Her poems can be found in Nostos Literary Journal, Pomona Valley Review, Inlandia: A Literary Journey, and several anthologies.

Photo by Lauren McConachie