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Wolf Moon
by E T Waldron

Sunday, December 18, 2005
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Pic is December moon meeting venus, given to me by a friend I put wolf in;-)

I stand in awesome wonder

As I watch the sky fume

From hues of gray to black

It swirls like shades of  doom

In the mountains so mysterious

I shiver at sounds like a banshee

The cries that sound too hungry

Chilled I cannot  leave the scene

Fascination holds me in suspense

Seeing a sky that looks so tense

Soon the December moon appears

With Venus this night, soon skies clear

I hear the baying of the wolves

So eerily exciting is the sound

I would like to exchange thoughts

They have knowledge to ours compare

Makes me wonder if our thoughts they share

As December sings its tune happy and sad

The Wolves  moon is there to be had

December, Wolf or hunger moon; If anyone is
wondering about the blue moon, that occurs when there are two full moons in a single calendar month the second is a blue moon.

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Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/19/2005
A howling good write; fantastic job, Eileen! BRAVA!!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :)
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/19/2005
Ejoyed this read!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 12/19/2005
Perfect combination, the music, the photo and your lovely words Eileen... and peace
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/19/2005
Marvelous piece and pic, Tiger Lily. I've heard the cry of the timber wolf quite often in the northwoods, and it truly is spectacular. I only wish our brother Wolf fared better in our modern world today.
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 12/18/2005
I just returned from a bookstore, where I was fascinated by a book on wolves tonight. AND I went wild over the moon, which is huge in the skies over Atlanta tonight. your timing, as often is the case, is amazing. a poem of wonder! Dawn
Reviewed by Lori Moore 12/18/2005
Love the theme. Enjoyed!
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 12/18/2005
Nope.. But all domestic dogs are 87% wolf...

Funny just watch a documentary about the man eating wolves of Sweden.
Great fur coats though:)
Reviewed by jude forese 12/18/2005
beautiful imagery captivates the mind ...

i once hear wolves while I was in Canada where they are still somewhat abundant ... it was an awesome experience ... unfortuantely, the gray wolf is still an endangered species in the continental US ..
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 12/18/2005
Thought is was a painting. Recent DNA studies show that all dogs, large and small, come from the gray wolf. Our genetic makeup is so similar that it is no wonder we behave like them amd they, like us. Wolves have raised human babies, making the Roman story possible. We both are fearfully aware of the dark and the moods of the moon.

Reviewed by Peter Paton 12/18/2005
My mom used whenever anything highly unusual occured, that it happened " Only once in a Blue Moon "..I see the significance now..
I love to hear coyotes howling on a moonlit night in the Grand Canyon, Arizona, you haven't lived until you hear that eerie and bloodcurdling sound in those magnificent settings.
That picture is tremendous Eileen
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 12/18/2005
OH ... I love this! Being a wolf keeper myself, Wolf Moon has an ethereal effect on me. My wolves can be heard up to three miles away I am told by the villagers who live in a small branch of my old country town. This music stirs my soul. I play the flute for my 5 wolves, as they know it is a cue to harmonize. Their song in this season of winter is so much different than all other seasons. Their bloodline comes from Ellesmere Island, so inbred genetics course the Arctic white wolves on a soul journey back into time in their territory. You know, they are my inspiration, Eileen. Thanks for the December moon. I know it well, as it is the month of my birth.

Reviewed by George Carroll 12/18/2005
Your creativity always astounds me sublime poetress. Never knew of the second moon being called a blue moon. Now the old song Blue Moon makes more sense to me.
Reviewed by Emeka Nwogu 12/18/2005
I wonder how you capture everything with your words so apt and comprehensive. Powerful write.

Reviewed by Sherry Heim 12/18/2005
The picture is stunning, Eileen, and I noticed that beautiful star, but it was early, only minutes after sundown and it was actually sitting above the moon at that point. At least from this area. I figured it was Venus, but I came home and checked an astronomy site to make sure. It was a breathtaking sight and combined with the crisp December air, a stimulating physical experience as well. Thinking of a wolf sharing that amazing scene rather completes the image.
Take care,
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