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Lunar Sight by Fay L. Loomis

Background photo: Undisclosed/Max Pixel, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Fay L. Loomis lives in the woods in upstate New York where she often spends time on her front porch taking in nature’s show, be it a traipsing bear, dancing ferns, or the moon in its mysterious visages. A magical summer’s night initiated the poem Lunar Sight. Much of her writing is also inspired by growing up in rural Michigan, the middle child of seven. She recently attended Chihuly Nights at the New York Botanical Garden where she also spent a magical evening.

Fay is a member of the Stone Ridge Library Writers; her poetry and prose have appeared in online and print publications.

In front of a Chihuly sculpture, which was magical, too.

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