by Dan A. Cardoza

Frees shadows from sight

asks monsters to play, under your bed

floats a moon in the pond

gives your sunflower some rest

temps burglars to burgle

keeps lights from the dead

invites owls to dine

comforts the blind

tells tides which way to go

makes all those stars shine

tucks birds in at night

calls bats from your shed

turns a wick to flame

charms my lover to bed.

Dan has a B.A. in Psychology and a Master of Science Degree in Counseling from the University of California, Sacramento. Partial List of Credits: Aleola, Ardent, Avocet, California Quarterly, Curlew, UK., Down in the Dirt, Nature Writing, Pacific Poetry, Pierian Spring, Brandon University, Canada and Poetry Northwest

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October 2018

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