Tuesday, January 16, 2007

MOON MAGIC

I love the night
it holds a magic
a gift of beauty
that grips the heart!

Her majesty - the moon -
serenely moves
among the stars
her subjects!

Casting her wan smile
over humanity
lingering fondly
on young lovers!

The fleecy clouds
implishly scatter
as her smile breaks through
in silver glory!

43 comments:

  1. I feel peace, romance, warm and serene in this post. It's beautiful.

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  2. You are an eloquent writer Margie.
    I love Moon even though moon is
    nothing without Sun but still I
    love the way moonlight pours in
    through drapes or blinds at night so softly :)

    I love the night it DOES hold a magic especially when you are with your loved one :)

    So glad your sis is doing great :)
    Lots of hugs.

    Stay Beautiful...!!

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  3. i love moonlit nights, too.
    beautiful as always, margie.

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  4. Oh to be a young lover once more. *sighs*

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  5. yehh!i love the moon, stars and shooting stars ;) too!!U have beatifully written it :)
    TAke Care!!

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  6. Loved It!!
    Especially the last 4 lines! :)
    Amazing, U write very good poems. Do u think u can gimme some tips :)


    Peace & Love
    Rajeev.

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  7. Hi Margie,

    Love this poem! I'm definitely a night person. When I was up in NH last August at Mount Washington, I witnessed the most magnificent, crisp and bright moon I have ever seen!

    Take care a have spectacular day!

    Robyn

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  8. quick question: I just noticed "copyscape" on your page. This is interesting, I always wonder if my photos are copied without my consent. I'll have to look into it!

    thanks,
    Robyn

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  9. Helo!
    "Casting her wan smily
    Over humanity
    Lingering fondly
    On young lovers" moldando um sorriso sobre a humanidade mostrando aos amantes a suavidade jovem.
    Tank you, samuru, tank you.

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  10. Very romantic Margie!:)
    We call the Moon "Chandra" or"Chand"!!Little info there!:)

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  11. Hello Margie... sorry I went awol for a while... just catching up on your uplifting verse... always does the spirit good to come here.

    Reading through the comments, I'm so happy your sister is doing well.

    with love to you and yours xx

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  12. The moon is so beautiful, especially when you're in love. Thanks for sharing this beautiful poem Margie.

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  13. Pink ginger, how nice you felt all that from my poem.
    Thank you so much!

    Margie

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  14. Sugarlips, thanks for those kind words!
    I do appreciate them!
    Yes, the night does have a magical air to it...and as you said...especially when you are with your loved one!
    I love to take walks at night with my hubby....it is a beautiful time for us to be together!
    Thanks for the mention of my sis..she is doing better!

    And lots of hugs back to you...kind lady!

    Margie

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  15. Polona, there is a magic to the moonlit nights...isn't there?
    As always, thank you Polona!
    You are so nice!

    Margie

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  16. Brian, Oh to be a young lover once more.*Sighs*
    But you are young...as young as you feel!

    Margie

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  17. Shammu, it is all so beautiful!
    The moon, the stars, and shooting stars! Magical!
    Thanks for the visit, and kind comment!

    Margie

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  18. Rajeev, I am glad to have you visit!
    So glad you liked my poem!
    Thanks for your very nice comment!
    I shall visit you very soon!
    I do not know about the tips...well, the best tip I can give you is to just write from your heart!
    That is what I do!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  19. Robyn, I thought you might be a night person...
    I have been to Mt.Washington many times when we lived in North Conway, NH. I can just imagine the gorgeous moon you saw when you were there!
    Thanks for the kind comment about my poem!
    Hope your day was wonderful!
    Mine was great...thank you, Robyn!

    Margie

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  20. Robyn, I forget about your mention of copy space! I would recommend you put it on your blog, and you can always check to see if anything is being copied!

    Margie

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  21. David, thanks for visiting me again!
    I do appreciate your visits!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  22. Asha, I like that...chandra...has a romantic sound to it!
    I look forward to your post tommorow!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  23. Ann, it is nice to have you back!
    I hope all is well with you!
    Missed you!
    As always, you are kind in your words about my poetry...thank you so much!
    And I do appreciate your mention of my sister....she is doing better!

    Margie
    xxxx

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  24. Barbara, yes it seems that the moom is more beautiful when one is in love!
    Thnaks for the kind words about my poem....
    I do enjoy sharing my poetry....so you are most welcome!

    Margie

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  25. impishly scattering clouds! What a lovely image!

    Tom

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  26. I love the night, too, but only when it's warm! :)

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  27. Andrew, you love the night too....
    like I do....the night does seem to generate more joy when it is warm, rather than cold!
    I went to go on a walk tonight, and turned back soon as I got to the end of
    my driveway...it was just too cold!!!!
    But, I took a peek at the gorgeous moon before coming back inside...it seemed to be smiling at me:)

    Margie

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  28. Good one Margie. I love the moon and her subjects!!

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  29. do come read my moon poem too. i like yours.

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  30. Night with moon - beautiful and romantic.
    Great poem!

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  31. I love the moon, especially a full one.
    You've captured it's beauty with your words.
    tc

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  32. Gautami, glad to know you like my moon poem...thank you...I really liked yours very much!

    Margie

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  33. TC, I too love the beauty of a full moom...Thanks for the kind words!

    Margie

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  34. Beautiful...

    how serene it sounded. I knid of lost myself in those words!

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  35. Preetha, I am so glad you enjoyed it!
    Thanks for your kind words!

    Margie

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Each day comes
bearing its own gifts ...
Untie the ribbons.

-Ruth Ann Schabacker