Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Moon of Eternity

The moon has always been linked to Romance.
  
So my poem today is being linked to GBE2's prompt - Romance

Also linking to dVerse Open Link Night


Perigee moon, Wellington, NZ


Oh moon of eternity

Silent witness of my timeless journey

Reflecting the soul of my beloved

Whose thousand faces I have beheld and loved

And captured in the depths of my heart.

Mobilise your silken moonbeams

To weave me back to that endless heaven

Where my spirit entwines with my immortal lover

And dances upon the wings of romance.

~x~



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22 comments:

  1. This is so lovely. Always feel a special pull by a beautiful moon shot!

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    1. Thanks Amy. Agree - there's something about the moon that draws you in.

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  2. she's the witness of so many stories...just imagine if she could talk..the stories she had to tell.. i like the moonbeams weaving you back to heaven...dance on...smiles

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    1. So true Claudia - I'm glad the moon converses silently!

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  3. He is a great storyteller and can weave them in so many different ways...sometimes a puppeteer too..I am used to thinking of the moon as masculine :)

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    1. Hi Nilanjana, I think of the moon as masculine too (probably because of "Chandra Dev") but the moon is also yin energy and that's feminine - so I guess either way is okay with the moon.

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  4. The moon has always fascinated me. I think due to it's varying appearance and the whole concept of a cycle. Nice poem.

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    1. Thanks Carolina HeartStrings. The moon has fascinated me too - something very mystical about it. Glad you liked my poem.

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  5. smiles...that is a beautiful romance with the eternal...i like the weave back, entwines...they play well off each other...and the dance in the last line, made me smile....ah the moon has such a power. dropped over from dverse.

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    1. Thanks Brian. Glad you liked my poem and yes I did try to portray the romance with the eternal - you got it!

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  6. A moving tribute to an iconic symbol of love and romance.

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    1. Thanks James. Glad you liked it. Thanks for visiting.

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  7. Beautiful! You've done her justice poetically!

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    1. Thanks Charles for your nice comment and for visiting.

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  8. A beautiful tribute to a feat of nature. Thanks for sharing, Suzy!

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    1. Thanks Michelle. Have a blessed day. :)

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  9. It pulls the tide, no lesser done has the heart yearn.

    Soft-textured,gentle composition, nicely written.

    Cheers!

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    1. Thanks Jeff. Glad you liked it. Thanks for the nice comment and for visiting.

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  10. Beautiful, romantic, and tender =)

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    1. Thanks Mindlovemisery. I think it's the moon that does that!

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  11. The moon surely is a source of bringing lovers together.

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    1. Thanks Stratoz, I like to think that.

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