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    [post_content] => To the driver that nearly hit me
the day the clouds

pasted themselves over
the super blue blood moon:

I was always afraid
of being you. Jumped

into a snowbank just to
save you from it.

That day, someone
had stolen the moon away.

Robber-like, I had welded
into shadows, made

myself into silver; a gift.
Something fragile, gone.

White-kneed, your lights
carved an arc around me:

untouched, like a virgin,
in the almost-moonlight.
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            [ID] => 18130
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            [title] => Abby Meyer
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            [content] => Abby is the 1st prize-winner in the Young Poets Network I Am the Universe challenge, the 2nd prize-winner in the Nearlyology challenge and a runner-up in the Namedropping challenge with People Need Nature and Jen Hadfield. She is also a commended poet in the Melting Ice challenge 2017, and the 3rd prize-winner in the 2017 August challenge #2, themed around place, on Young Poets Network.
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Missed

Abby Meyer

To the driver that nearly hit me
the day the clouds

pasted themselves over
the super blue blood moon:

I was always afraid
of being you. Jumped

into a snowbank just to
save you from it.

That day, someone
had stolen the moon away.

Robber-like, I had welded
into shadows, made

myself into silver; a gift.
Something fragile, gone.

White-kneed, your lights
carved an arc around me:

untouched, like a virgin,
in the almost-moonlight.