Poetry

Jellyfish | Victoria-Lynn Bell

Source: Stockphoto
Source: Stockphoto

I can’t see why they call you the moon—
visible, invisible, pulsing light.
Not solid, with your bell jar top
angel hair, strands adrift.
Watching you, I see you beating—
moving silently, endlessly,
through the darkness of the sea.
 

 

Victoria-Lynn Bell, junior English major at Central Connecticut State University.

 

Blue Muse Magazine is a general interest literary magazine published by the students of the English Department at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Connecticut. We publish poetry, fiction, and a gamut of creative nonfiction on anything and everything the blue muse inspires us to write.

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