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Date Added: March 18, 2006 10:03:06 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Full Moon~1

Full Moon

The moon is full and round
It seems to call an erie sound
Bathing darkness with its light
Beckons spirits in the night

Left clinging to the vacant vines
Watching waters change to wine
Questions splash inside your mind
Without answers you can find

Somewhere from a distant tower
Feel the force of nature’s power
As we're thrown into a trance
See mother earth begin to dance

Author's Notes:

This piece shows more of my period of learning from The Doors and their influence on me. I have grown to have an expectation of the Moon and I am still drawn to ponder its control and reflections upon the human body and its normal everyday functions. Have you ever looked at a bright round full Moon in the sky and not been awe struck by its sheer beauty. We are almost hypnotized by its majestic presence. It has an ability to influence us during its cycles.

This piece is from the pages of my first book-Lost and Confused.
It is also part of my 5th book-Reflections~The Best of The Journey.
The comment above is how my comment appears in it-
So because I have began to send a few of you who became a part of
this book with your comments free copies I've began restructuring
a few of its pages. I'm going to add a few new comments and then
re-publish it once again-That's one of the advantages to self-publishing.
even though I have printed copies I can go back and make as many
changes as I need or want to-
So to those of you already included and to those who will be added,
Thank You All For Your Support!


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Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on June 28, 2006 08:19:08 AM Report
James, and yet another great poem that  follows the heart with great feelings I love this part the heart of the poem I think!!! ((

Somewhere from a distant tower
Feel the force of nature’s power
As we're thrown into a trance
See mother earth begin to dance

Later ~ She
Comment By: FreeBellaLuna on April 28, 2006 01:00:40 PM Report
James, this is beautiful! You've made me smile with this piece. I do belive this is going on my favourites list! Blessed be...
Comment By: FreeJoe Petro on March 19, 2006 01:52:30 PM Report
Hello James. You've captured the essense of her mystique and power. She brings out the pagan in us. jp
Comment By: TrialAnn on March 18, 2006 10:29:18 PM Report
This is a different style from you Jim. I enjoyed this very much and I think the subject matter is a great topic. Nice work.
Comment By: PremiumJoe McNinney on March 18, 2006 08:20:50 PM Report
The moon watches over us, guides us and sometimes makes us do mysterious things. Terrific write always, Joe
Comment By: FreeS on March 18, 2006 05:37:03 PM Report
great poem james, the moon is indeed a fascinating object, your poem reflects that well
best wishes
Comment By: Freeb doneff on March 18, 2006 05:17:48 PM Report
The moon is indeed a fascinating orb of mystery and power. It has been used as mark of time for ages, and continues even now to lure us into her magic. Nice thoughts James. Barbie
Comment By: FreeGlata on March 18, 2006 12:40:39 PM Report
James it's wonderful to see a post here...I'm praying all is well. Your poetry always touches me...and gives me a deeper view into the heart and soul of you.
Great write, as always!
Hugs and love from your sister in NC


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