Full Moon

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Full Moon

Changes that occur during the depths of the mind,
often reflect the changes of a coarse, unfamiliar, residence of a shadow.
Unlike the reflection that we all want to see, what lies under the curious shadows of a full moon, will only leave one guessing, what lies beyond.
I have yet to see the sun challenge the moon, only in an eclipse does this challenge exist.
Perhaps the mind has its own share of a metaphorical incident of change.
Never understate the shadows the moon,
It is often harder to catch one's shadow than to stay inside the boundaries of its shape.
Cold as the gallows of the mind,
light dare not tread,
tumbling forward,
rapidly loosing a sense of all reality,
only to fall against the thorns of the brush.
Closer we become to reality, yet so far does the moon yield its wondrous glow.
Perhaps it is easier to get lost in the unfamiliar attraction of a half moon,
because the fullness of creation is so much better.
The secrets of the full moon has not come to claim its reward to the lost.

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kpeery09 commented on Full Moon

07-23-2010

This is wonderful, it truly gives a full meaning to the full moon. Keep up the good work, I give you 10.

tochia

07/24/2010

thank you so much

Teardrops commented on Full Moon

07-21-2010

this is haunting and beautiful love the way you discribe the two different moons is wonderful love the poem Marie

tochia

07/24/2010

thank you so much. I have added you to my friend list

alb29oclfl commented on Full Moon

07-21-2010

I have always found the amount of light, that comes from the full moon amazing to walk in, there are fewer shadows

jtlove commented on Full Moon

07-20-2010

The half moon always leaves me inanticipation. Yeah.

tochia

07/21/2010

thanks

A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a lovesickness. It finds the thought and the thought finds the words.

Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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