You see with two moons,
orbs that orbit around all to which they’re attracted
and you circle everything.
I orbit you as a fixated, free-falling asteroid
observing your cigarettes and shrugs,
the glittery hugs,
the mug of the moon man glistening above.
I write this in the dark because you are the light,
a moon that appears to me in phases
reflecting the glow of everyone
about whom I care.
Noel Fielder is everything at different times, but most frequently an insomniac and student living in New Jersey. He has been published with ‘The Interstate Oratorical Association’, ‘The Kansas City Star’, and the ‘Love and Forgiveness in Governance Project’. Noel’s favorite color is all of them.