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Summer Solstice 2012
by Amber V Moonstone
Thursday, June 21, 2012
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I just love June 21st, it marks the Summer solstice and beginning of summer fun.

Summer Solstice 2012

By Amber "V" Moonstone


The sun burned so strong,
It was radiant orange
blazing a solar day
longer than the quiet night.

Summer Solstice
Nature's way of new beginnings,
offering us a long day of sunshine
to bring us peace when the sun goes down.

Watching the brilliant sunset,
drop over the ocean,
ending the longest day
I felt a peaceful wave of energy.

The ocean glistened as if it were filled
with lusturous diamonds and pearls.
My heart lept with joy,
As the sun was finally setting.

The moon was a sliver of silver,
radiating it's own magic
resting softly among the fluffy clouds.
The summer has begun!

Let  your days be filled with joyful play,
toil not until the break of eve,
but find yourself a playmate
that will be your every dream.

Sit among the flowers,
relish in the newly cut grass of summer,
soak your feet in Nature's healing bath,
and grab yourself another stab at life.

Don't hide among the clouds,
smile as if you know something
that no one else knows,
and then find yourself knowing your truth.

Sit among the fields of lilies,
smell the intoxicating aroma
let your feelings be heard,
and say "I love you" when you mean it.

Reap what you sow,
plant seedlings of ideas,
so they will grow into fruition,
on this Summer Solstice evening.


Summer Solstice 2012 (c) Amber "V" Moonstone

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Reviewed by jude forese 6/28/2012
beautiful configured Summer Solstice, Amber ...
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 6/26/2012

This is so beautifully written. I can't share your joy of the summer solstice with it being 110 though.

Mary, the desertrat
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 6/24/2012
love these day's...........
Reviewed by D. Vegas 6/23/2012
"Summer Solstice," days get shorter,love becomes stronger
and roses smell longer.

Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 6/23/2012
"Sunshine On My Shoulder" comes to mind in your
beautiful Summer Solstice to share with a smile.

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 6/22/2012
Beautiful and inviting summer
connotations *Amber V* in the
sharing of your poem with us

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 6/22/2012
I love the summer solstice as well..the longest of days, been hot here as well. But you take that with the good of the long days.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/22/2012
Well written Amber and although it is raining and cool here I hope next week will see the return of summer to Nova Scotia.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/22/2012
I love the openness and freedom expressed. All I hear on the weather is that people are suffering from the heat and keep covered with sunscreen or we'll all get melanoma. It was so cold where I grew up that it was only by summer solstice that the pool warmed up where it was comfortable to swim in. I relished summer and being free from the routine of school.

Your poem took me back to those carefree days.

Reviewed by Laura Fall 6/22/2012
Splendid poetry Amber and I love the photo its truly perfect for this marvelous write Laura
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 6/22/2012
Summer always steals my heart..I love it! Now I am off to mow 5 fun fun!
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 6/22/2012
The sun is high above us
shining down upon the land and sea,
making things grow and bloom.
Great and powerful sun,
we honor you this day
and thank you for your gifts.
Ra, Helios, Sol Invictus, Aten, Svarog,
you are known by many names.
You are the light over the crops,
the heat that warms the earth,
the hope that springs eternal,
the bringer of life.
We welcome you, and we honor you this day,
celebrating your light,
as we begin our journey once more into the darkness.

My prayer for you and this beautiful poem you honor of our summer solstice Amber... love's new beginnings... beautiful!

Love and Light


"Love, light, and bountiful beauty. God and Goddess, bring them to me. On this Midsummer day, we thank you for. Everything you've done, and more. Bless all on every Litha. May the God and Goddess always be with ya!"
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 6/22/2012
Taking it as it comes. In it for the long haul.
Reviewed by Debby & Gordon Rosenberg 6/21/2012
Happy summer solstice to you Amber - enjoying your rays of light here.
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