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First Full Moon of 2011 (In the Sign of Cancer)
by Amber V Moonstone
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The astrological sign of Cancer symbolizes emotional self, family, emotional security and nurturing amongst other things.
This full moon begins at 2am est 1/19/11

First Full Moon of 2011, (in the sign of Cancer)
By Amber "V" Moonstone
As I watch the icicles fall from the roof,
and the rain crystals begining to evaporate,
I am reminded that this full moon is a symbol
of dynamically moving water.
The energy from this Cancer Full Moon,
helps us to be receptive and intuitive.
It allows us to embrace our feelings and roll
with the ups and downs of our bio-rhythms.
The sensitive nature of this moon,
pushes us to seek comfort from food,
and nurturing  our love toward others.
It also urges us toward completely letting go.
Let your tears flow,
knowing that it is a cleansing act of kindness
to your tender heart.
Breath in the cold air to refresh and rejuvenate.
Take a walk and live in the  moment,
smelling the crispness of the frigid air,
feeling the flow of the melting snow,
While embracing your inner child and just breath!
First Full Moon of 2011 (In the Sign of Cancer) (c)
Amber "V" Moonstone


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Reviewed by Don Juan Amante
so wise and well penned.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Wisdom encased in such a wonderful poem.
Reviewed by jude forese
wonderfully inspired poetic analysis ...
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Wonderfully written informative poem, a fine tribute to the moon!
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
A comforting, darn-winter-cold! piece, Amber, made me remember my Wisconsin childhood.

Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
Reviewed by Sheila Roy
There's a nice sense of renewal in this poem, Amber. Refreshing:)
Reviewed by Amor Sabor
I know that I, as being in the sign of Cancer, am a moonchild. One of those who is stable and reliant on Family with the fairness granted to choose wisely. We live for emotion and passion and this write characterizes it well. Excellent work.
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
Eleoquent in vision and verse Amber....Blessings to you...M
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
beautiful intuitive write!
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Wonderfully uplifting piece, Amber; well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Texas, Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Chessly Nesci
Your words have uplifted my spirit! Beautiful poem filled with everything I needed to hear for brighter days ahead. Much love to you always! ~Chessly
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Beautiful indeed Amber.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader)
yes, yes, yes. it was an amazing moon last night. got out the telescope and eveything. great work amber!!!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
Amber, this is seriously one of your finest poems, I believe: the flow, content, mood, imagery literally stream together in emotional, spiritual and physical harmony - and that to the tune of this most amazing moon. This is deeply stirring and clear, like the rejuvenation you speak of... funny, how all of us across the world who read this can perhaps identify: your icicles sound like tubular bells or a shimmering gong in our souls to accord with the realities you speak here. I especially hope that you are thus refreshed in your deepest being, beautiful lady. The author of such a piece sure deserves to be... PS... "breathe", last line? (wouldn't normally point out, but it's your crescendo, last word!! :)) ) xx PPS walking the dog at dusk here across waterlogged heathland with the moon rising was phenomenal this evening: it appeared in the sky like a huge beaten-tin disc and was so massive on the skyline it took my breath away. I had to stand and watch it for quite a few minutes, truly mesmerised. It was about 1640 GMT. xx
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
Refreshing rejuvenating poem Amber~ I too will look to the moon tonight!
Reviewed by Christine Tsen
You know, this is EXACTLY what I needed to hear right now. This is a deeply nurturing poem!
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Great poem Amber, seems that last line just breath has become an AD icon lately...but so true.
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
I love the moon info , it's a great poem! (snow on Friday though)...Morgan
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley
Tide bring the sea to me
Then take it away for all to see.
Enjoyed reading your poetry very much

Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Oh yes...breath taking isn't it ...I love the moon as well does something to me ..LOL..lovely beautiful lady...stay safe and well..Hugsss,much love to you Amber....
Reviewed by The Poetess
This is wonderful validation for me. Thank you for sharing it.
Reviewed by George Carroll
We have to enjoy what God places before us; in all its splendor the Universe smiles at us.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Love your last stanza. I think I'll do that tonight, while observing the Full Moon.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva
LOVELY!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by John Flanagan
So positive, Amber,
and with warm feel in your thoughts and words.

Reviewed by TONY NERONE
I was just outside but the tall trees are blocking my view of the moon. However I did learn from reading your fine piece, Amber.

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