Penny Moon

Penny Musings

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Digital art of a woman laying on her back on the edge of a bed. She is fully clothed, eyes are closed. Text reads: Title, Lust. Well, our united galaxies would burn bright; there are some things that just cannot be. Some gravities (pull) we must fight.
Digital art of a blonde woman with long hair. Her back is turned away, she is holding up a peace sign with her left hand in the shape of a V. Text overlay on the art says, Mystakes. This is not a typo.
Digital art of a young woman in the backseat of a convertible car with its top down. She is leaning back, arms outstretched as in freedom. There is a vehicle behind them with its headlights on. Text reads: Title, Be Free, Have a little dignity, some integrity.  Then stay wild and be free, graciously!  -Penny Moon'
Digital art of a lone man wearing a brown trenchcoat and brown hat walking across a field. There is not much sunlight and looks like a heavily overcast day. Text reads Title, Alone. Give the ones you love wings to fly and the courage to try, then in your heart, goodbye.  -Penny Moon
Digital art of a blonde woman, with her back to us. Her hands are up in the air, it seems to be raining or snowing. Text reads: Title, Lost You, Know you are still at the heart of me,  and my heart and I are free.  -Penny Moon
Digital art of the inside of a dark room, there is a skylight above. Clouds can be seen. Text reads: Title, Skylight, What is it about some people  who are like gravity for all the wrong attention?  No matter how they adjust their atmosphere, they can't terraform an environment less inviting for all the things they've spent their whole lives fighting.  -Penny Moon
Digital art of a woman sitting on window ledge looking out at a cityscape, she is holding something between her fingers. It is the twilight time of the evening. There are electric lines cross crossing across the sky. The name of this poem is Squalor. In white font the text reads, The choice to be unbreakable is not for the untested. The choice itself will break the uninitiated.
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August 16, 2023
Penny Moon

Penny Moon is a writer and artist from Vancouver, British Columbia. Penny is passionate about creative expression through writing and art. She has written a collection of fiction and poetry and recently published a book of poems and continuous line drawings called "Dust and Moon" on Amazon.