Tag Archives | How mighty is the MOON

Elaine Reardon | Lady Fate

No moon sails alone in the sky the Weaver sits baskets at her feet creel of silk at hand Not one to need company she adjusts and readjusts her lengths of silk eternally balancing Do not come without your incantation Do not come without an offering Spinning life and beyond measured hanks of silk woven now and in-between — Elaine Reardon is a poet, herbalist, educator, and member of the […]

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Dana Visalli | What if there were no moon?

The composition of the moon and the peculiarities in its relationship to the Earth have led scientists to the conclusion that the moon was almost certainly formed when a small planet the size of Mars smashed into the Earth early in its history. Traveling at 25,000 miles per hour, this massive projectile would have met a violent end, generating the explosive power of a billion, trillion tons of TNT, and […]

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Now I can see the moon

Lunar MOON Shine

“The moon does not fight. It attacks no one. It does not worry. It does not try to crush others. It keeps to its course, but by its very nature, it gently influences. What other body could pull an entire ocean from shore to shore? The moon is faithful to its nature and its power is never diminished.” – Ming-Dao Deng “We hardly had time to draw a breath, when […]

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John C. Mannone | The moon was fazed

I used to pray to the dark And empty space until I saw A sliver of hope among the stars I’d call out to the man in the moon, Where has my lady gone? But he just Winked at me with his banana-wide smile Every night I asked him again, but His smile grew into fat glares, surely He tired of my incessant question After two weeks, he was full […]

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