Thursday, February 21, 2019

Full Moon Dreaming



I'd like to begin today by saying a very special thank you to the Poetry Friday community of readers and writers. You have welcomed me and my poetry and applauded my bravery. I'm so glad that I chose to be Brave and share my writing. I've loved your feedback and support.

Today's Poetry Friday host is Robyn from Life on the Deckle Edge Please stop over to find lots more poetry love.  I adore the moon and watching it change each night. In anticipation of Tuesday's Super Snow Moon, I wrote this poem . . .





Full Super Snow Moon
2/19/19
Photo taken by Amy


Full Moon Dreaming

Something in your light
Something in your glow
Makes me feel alive
Feels like home
Something in your energy
Something in your power
Makes me feel alive
Feels like healing

In the dark you give light
In the dark you give life
Makes me feel alive
Feels like love
In the dark you give beauty
In the dark you give hope
Makes me feel alive
Feels like faith

You are full
You are the moon
I am full
I am the human
I see you
You see me
Let's dream together
Of all that can be.


9 comments:

  1. Sounds like a song! Maybe you could put it to music. It would work for a peace poem, too (something I have been struggling with during this "Peace Poem Postcard Month").

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  2. I really appreciate this celebration in picture and words, as we were beneath a canopy of clouds and didn't get to see the Super Snow Moon! Thanks for sharing "yours." :0)

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  3. This is so beautiful, Amy...both photo and poem. I agree - such a moon does "feel like home." xxxx

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    1. Thank you, Amy! You continue to be one of inspirations! Hugs~ Amy

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  4. "Let's dream together" - wonderful. I saw it & took a picture, too. The moon is special to me, happy to see a poem about that special "snow" moon!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. Your wires mean a lot to me.

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  5. I love the repetition (with and without variations) in your poem!

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    1. Thank you, Mary Lee. I feel comfortable with repetions.

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