What If I Find Only Moonlight?
Chopin once said to Delacroix, "What if I find only moonlight " This book of poetry invokes that question in the context of the possibilities and impossibilities of love. In the title poem of this book, Miller writes, "perhaps that is what you are, nothing more than reflected sun of days bright with love making, wine, and enough time to enjoy the center of the universe." The book goes beyond common boundaries and investigates the many facets and manifestations of love we experience in the natural progression of life. One reader of Miller's poetry recently contacted him and stated, "It was as though you are a bystander in the parade of my life, taking note of each of my tears and laughter."
- Electronic book text
- 12 Sep 2011
- Morrisville, NC, United States