Moon by John Peter Beck It is not the full faced leer, the late night voyeur peeking in the window, pulling at the tides, brightly troubling our sleep. It is, instead, the Cheshire cat smile of remembrance, faint along the rim, hiding in the clouds, shyly revealed as the veils slide the bare shoulder of the hills and fade into the trees.
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John Peter Beck is a labor education professor at Michigan State University where he directs Our Daily Work/Our Daily Lives, a program which explores the intersection of work and culture broadly defined. His poetry has been published in Another Chicago Magazine, The Seattle Review, The Louisville Review, The Atlanta Review and Passages North among others.