Saturday, August 11, 2007

Waxing Gibbous (love and light)

Here I sit with natural black

obsidian, polished, to find the lack, for

one who doubts her glowing presence

reminding us in opalescence

all is never as it seems and

life is naught but solid dreams

This schoolroom, where we choose to be

(contracts signed, souls are free)

making choices, those are ours

lit by moonlight, sunlight, stars

guided by the gentle hand,

a musing Goddess with a plan

Written deep, the orb above

a message of enduring love

for you and I to try and reach

So while you wander sans la lune

I will endeavor to try to teach,

the art of

"Drawing down the Moon"



Unknown said...

Oh I like this. I'm trying to think of something more profound to say, but eh no, I like this.

Unknown said...

I'm with V. It's beautiful but I'm beyond profound words at present. I think I will just wait for the next full moon and practice my howling.

Unknown said...

Tis enough - thank you.

(Alper is on the beach (again), she and her lovely family leave on the moro - I think I shall cry)

Unknown said...


Wanderlust Scarlett said...

Oh... sigh.

Food for my soul, lady. So very good. Thank you, humbly.

I LOVED 'while you wander sans la lune'...

She does disappear sometimes. Am I lost without her? Maybe so.

Thanks for bringing her back.

Love the pic too... started humming... 'there's a moon out tonight... la la la la... let's go strollin'

Couple of full moons there.

Scarlett & Viaggiatore

Wanderlust Scarlett said...

ps... safe travels for Debi & family.

S. & V.

Unknown said...

Oh Minx, that wasn't long enough was it! Guess you'll have to go and visit London now.

Marie said...

Very nice.

Unknown said...

Yep, you've got a lovey sadness in this one Minx. Nice work.

Unknown said...

I am sad - Debi is gone. Someone hand me a tissue.

Wanderlust Scarlett said...

Here, have a box of tissue, and some of the chickens chocolates.
I'm sure Atyllah will share.
You'll feel better soon.

And have a bit of red wine to go with the spicy chocolate.

Scarlett & V.

Unknown said...

Oh poor you Minx - here's my shoulder, have a sob on there too.

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness she is gone!! I was getting fed up living in the shed... can I come back now please ... I have a cold and my arthritis hurts...and I have not eaten hot food for four days..

Unknown said...

Chicken chocolates? Will they make me feel better? Heh.

And thanks, all shoulders are welcome.

Unknown said...

Sorry, Mutley, more guests (ahem) expected tomorrow. Another week in the shed should do it. I'll give you an extra blanket and put your dog food in the microwave. Now stop moaning, there's a good boy.

S.L. Corsua said...

Loved the rhythm; I can see the piece being read on stage with a ballerina in the background doing an interpretative number. ^_^

Cheers. Thanks, by the way, for dropping by my site.

Unknown said...

Nice image, Souless, thanks.

Pallav said...

Wow, great poem, i like the way you use complex words and make them sound easy, also the fairy has the roundest bottom in existence really!! ;)


Newmania said...

obsidian, ....opalescence- The girls are all here I see....