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Hey Martin moon
by Martin L. Hebert

Tuesday, November 07, 2006
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love this ol' tree...
lots of arms for
a tree size hug,
never a bad word...

I spare one eye
a soul shaken dawn
and morning nod
to a "Hey Martin" moon...

Shes painted herself
shades of watercolor grey
sheltered into the
soft pillows of cloud...

We share these shades
mine mostly mood...
Two days blistered by
a storm's stampede...

Sheltered and alone
twenty hours in
and timberline high...

Yet held in natures grace
a moments blessing
of peace and still...

Softly sings a flowing spring
leafless willows join...
Now some birds
and gentle snow...

As i rise and
on my way...


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Reviewed by Thomas Bergqvist (Reader) 6/21/2011
Your words are as beautiful as your pictures and you manage to capture the soul of each creation.
Reviewed by L. Figgins 4/13/2009
Good to read you again. Never a disappointment as you have such an intimate relationship with nature you'd think you were born into the landscape. But the rhythm gives your roots away. Much to read so I'd better get to it. Such a peaceful contentment in this poem. Good one. Come back, Martin...Lin
Reviewed by Mary Wilson 3/31/2009
You do such magnificent work in poetry and photography. Thanks for sharing everything.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 12/1/2007
BEAUTIFUL POEM!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Steve Ralph 4/2/2007
excellent poem very well written i really enjoyed it, thanks for sharing.
Reviewed by Gloria Buono Daly 3/27/2007
"Hey Martin moon" I'm so glad I happened to catch this one. I just don't know how I missed this awesome prose. This is brilliant! Thanks for sharing. My best Gloria
Reviewed by Rebecka Stock (Reader) 1/31/2007
Marty, i had forgotten how much i love your poetry! My fav is :
"Softly sings a flowing spring
leafless willows join...
Now some birds
and gentle snow..." You have a rare gift for understanding that just because people are silent, it doesnt meannature is silent!

Reviewed by Nordette Adams 11/26/2006
I like both the imagery and the mood of this poem, Martin. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Chrissy McVay 11/26/2006
Incredible old tree.

Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 11/19/2006
Simply m a r v e l o u s !! Beautifully written and right on the money. Nature may fling fits, but who do we turn to when we
need inspiration and consolation? Our Mother, our friend, our
companion, our. . .what?. . .the better part of ourselves? Shoulda
left it at marvelous. You said it SO much better. 'Pea' <3
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 11/15/2006
thanks for taking me to another place today
wonderful picture as well

Reviewed by Butch Howard 11/14/2006
This is truly an exquisite piece of poetry. I love how you brought this old tree to life through beautiful words and feelings so beautifully expressed. It makes me want to go back to Montana!
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 11/14/2006
well done
Reviewed by Chanti Niven 11/11/2006
I'm glad I stumbled upon your den. I loved this and look forward to reading more of yours. Great photograph too.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/10/2006
I am a lover of trees. I have planted a forest (a small one but nonetheless a forest). Thank you for sharing this gift which speaks to my soul, Martin. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 11/9/2006
I loved this poem and the picture of the tree as well as the line
I love this ol' tree
lots of arms for a tree size hug
never a bad word...
sometimes a tree is easier to get along with than humans...I feel this way about nature often...I love to sit by the creek and watch the water flow...great thinking, praying, and writing time.
Great write.
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 11/8/2006
Great offering Martin!!

Love tinka
Reviewed by Constance Gotsch 11/8/2006
Beautiful descriptions. Reminds me of the mor positive aspects of The Giving Tree. This one ends better.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 11/8/2006
Yet held in natures grace
a moments blessing
of peace and still...

Wonderful, and what a marvelous picture, too.
Reviewed by J M 11/7/2006
I love that picture. Also your nature poetry.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 11/7/2006
What a unique pic and poem to match Martin! I agree the moon is special. natures mysterious mood in this one! Love it!

Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 11/7/2006
There are many spirits in this old tree...character that only nature can create. This beautiful poem is a justified cutline for a soulful creation by you and Mom Nature,

Love to you my free flying Martin!
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