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After The Blue Moon
by Amber V Moonstone
Wednesday, August 05, 2015
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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After the Blue Moon is a channeled poem, I was compelled to write last night.


 After The Blue Moon

by Amber "V" Moonstone
8/5/15

Twilight settles in,
the night sky craddles the full moon,
moonlight illuminates the room,
sending memories of lost love.

Once in a blue moon
memories creep in
rendering you helpless
to the rhythm of lost love.

How can the moonlight
trigger such thoughts,
vividly and sadly felt,
memories of lost love.

What is it about a blue moon,
a rarity, a strong force,
that can blast right toward
your heart and land soundly into your mind.

Stirring up all kinds of feelings,
emotions and sadness,
allowing you to feel what it was like
to have lost love.

But on this Blue Moon,
Do not alow this to happen,
Embrace that lost love and
replace it with angelic love.
 

 

"After The Blue Moon" (c) Amber "V" Mooonstone

 

 

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Reviewed by Liana Margiva 8/12/2015
Beautiful POEM!!!!!....'moonlight illuminates the room, sending memories of lost love'----- I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 8/11/2015
What is it about a blue moon,
a rarity, a strong force,
that can blast right toward
your heart and land soundly into your mind.

Excellent question, Amber, and one that you have expressed adroitly. You capture those very 'blue' feelings and yearnings as well as that acute sense of loss that numb the mind and soul. The cure, antidote - angelic love - is always good, though. :) xx
Reviewed by jude forese 8/9/2015
deeply moving phase of your emotional orb ... beautiful read ...
Reviewed by Duke LaRance 8/7/2015
If I'm not totally out of it, I think there might be two Blue Moons this year. I am compelled to stalk each full moon with my camera as it sets over the Backbone.
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 8/7/2015
I feel this one. Beautiful and haunting!
Blessings, Christine
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 8/7/2015
But on this Blue Moon,
Do not alow this to happen,
Embrace that lost love and
replace it with angelic love.

Good advice; I can surely relate, Amber. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/6/2015
Because the moon is part of your namesake, it will always influence you with its power and the pull of its gravity, along with its beautiful image in the night sky. No wonder the moon draws the melancholy from your heart and into your mind. With remembrances of lovely moonlit nights lost with that lost love.

Ron
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 8/6/2015
~Amber~
A beautiful embrace of the blue moon.
Fine writing.

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by audrine max 8/5/2015
People's sanity is tied up with the moon.. Well said..
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 8/5/2015
I have never personally seen a blue moon. I thought it is only in poetry. I never knew what kind of mood I would be in if I ever saw one. I know the full moon gets people to be more emotional as well. Thank you for sharing your well-expressed poem!

Sandie
Reviewed by ChrisTopher Stone 8/5/2015
Powerfully said, Amber. "...that can blast right toward your heart and land soundly into your mind." Very visual and yet evoking emotional response as well. Nice to read your work.

Thanks,
Chris
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 8/5/2015
The moon, blue or otherwise generates a lot of feeling, and then words follow from poets especially. I agree with your last stanza, Amber.
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