winter moon

Discussion in 'Poetry' started by standingdeer, Jan 5, 2005.

  1. standingdeer

    standingdeer Member

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    Stars appear then slightly vanish
    through the northern clouds that drift apart
    revealing the lights of the universe one at a time

    Will I awake to the sight of snow
    dusted from the shoulders of old man winter
    riding in on the elk, an owl perched upon his shoulder
    draging dreams

    Winter moon
    brings delicate fingers to the earth
    a lover of all seasons

    Standingdeer
     
  2. Hippievixen

    Hippievixen Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

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    My fave lines. :)

    Whoa man, that was magical.

    Thanks for sharing!
     
  3. standingdeer

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    Thank you, I wasn't sure about this poem but it turned out to be magical in such a small way. Lets you hang onto a moment.. I think simplicity can work at times.

    Standingdeer
     
  4. ripple23

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    nice...
     
  5. sylvanlightning

    sylvanlightning Prismatic Essence

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    A gem. At once, gentle and powerful. Yes, a magical grace and flow...
     
  6. KittenX

    KittenX Purrrific

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    Mmm such delicacy, I ate this up and enjoyed.

    [Will I awake to the sight of snow
    dusted from the shoulders of old man winter
    riding in on the elk, an owl perched upon his shoulder
    draging dreams]
    Great image, tranquil...
     
  7. standingdeer

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    Thank you all for your comments, bless you hearts for such kind words. It is inspiring to produce more for all of you.

    Standingdeer
     
  8. Anavarius

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    Its a very beautiful piece. The first lines really took me to the sky. ;)
     

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