Disclaimer: Butch Hartman, not me, can I stop now? This poem is rated G by the Motion Picture Association of America. Another "character as form" bit, this is a tanka. Tanka are related to haiku, having five lines of syllables 5-7-5-7-7. They were usually love poems, especially from women to their current or desired lovers. The first three lines are basically a haiku, then in the last two, the natural image is linked to an internal feeling of the poet. Strict control masking strong emotion... sound like anybody we know?
The bone-white full
Traces the black, windswept sky
In an arc of stars.
O you silver-bright darkness,
My heart soars there beside you.