The Moon Goes Sailing By


Author: Bettina Quintavalle
Cover art: B Quintavalle
ISBN 1-893068-14-5

40 Pages

A collection of poems and memoirs from a longtime resident of Staten Island, New York.

Her stories bring us back to a Fourth of July celebration and a day at the beach from the 1930’s.

Her poems explore aging, nature and the metaphysical.

From The Moon Goes Sailing By

Interior age is a nuisance–the sun is shining,
the air a fragrance and the world is up for grabs–until locked knees prevent arising! But take your time–wear the new outfit today–should be interesting–lots of new folk and always long-time friends–lucky the hairdresser was in–so everything’s set–Let’s go–A glance in the mirror and Ye Gods! Not that old!
Literal age stares back.

A writer? forgot my glasses!

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