Wednesday, January 13, 2016

POEM: MOON WISDOM - By Helen Leigh


(from - Life and Lessons Poetry By Helen Leigh)



The Sun laid the last of it's rays upon the Leaves,
And all became silent as the Night starts to breathe,
The Clouds now just tipped with a fading crimson hue,
Giving vibrancy to all, in Technicolor view.

And this is how it starts,
When The Moon is in View,
With the Path laid out ahead,
And so is what to do,
This is what to do.

The Pearl Moon bobs upon the Waves of Night,
Dousing the World with it's tides of black and white,
The Flowers now bathed in sleepy purple -grey,
Bow their heads in Moon Glow, as the Dream-boat casts away.


And this is how it starts,
When The Moon is in View,
With the Path laid out ahead,
And so is what to do,
This is what to do.


The Dawn it now Arises with a slow and steady ease,
Lighting the road ahead, a flapping ribbon in the breeze,
Taking Moon Time Wisdom, and the dreams the night has laid,
Awakening with the fire, of the golden Sunrise rays.


And this is how it starts,
When The Moon is in View,
With the Path laid out ahead,
And the Sunrise gives the new,
And you know what to do,
This is what to do.

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