Sunday, February 21, 2016

Textures--By Judy Moskowitz--United States


A creation of mankind
Character lines appear
In its fabric wearing thin
A polyester blend of strong will
And sin
Wearing frayed edges
Ripped seams
One needs to see dignity
Through the eye in the needle
As it mends cloth
Into a cashmere dream

Judy Moskowitz is a professional jazz pianist originally from N.Y.C. now residing in Florida.  She started writing poetry three years ago and has recently been published.   Her poems will be in an anthology book by Michael Lee Johnson.   She has also been published by Thepoetrycommunity and Indiana Voice Journal for the May edition. Music is in her veins alongside poetry.


  1. Judy,
    This poem is beautiful. I especially enjoyed the last two lines. Welcome to Whispers!
    Your new friend,
    David Fox

  2. The meter is wonderful... great metaphor....This poem is rich with thoughtful pathways
    bringing this reader to a hopeful conclusion

  3. Dear Judy,

    It's good to see you already have two comments on your lovely poem, rich in imagery. Welcome to Whispers! I hope you enjoy your time spent here. Best wishes with all your writing endeavors.


  4. A great poem, thank you for sharing Judy! Keep tossing the ink!


  5. I really enjoyed your imagery in this poem, I enjouyed it a lot, thanks for sharing!