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Silky Moments
by Amber V Moonstone
Thursday, July 12, 2012
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Sitting on my deck sipping a glass of wine, I was inspired by the whole ambiance of my day and a surprise visitor.

Silky Moments
by Amber "V" Moonstone

Relaxing sipping wine,
melting into the sunset
thoughts of devine.

Times like these are rare,
one with the Universe
nothing quite can compare.

Solitude is enlightening,
when I turn toward the horizon
something was frightening.

There right before my eyes,
a red body holding steady
onto it's own devise.

I didn't move, nor flinch
you were steadily
holding every inch.

Never did I see such beauty,
in such a threatening being,
wondering what could be my duty,

I stood to take a photo of you,
in your glorious splendor,
what else could I do?

As it turned out you were offended,
as you climbed out of harms way,
I was left  upended.

I smiled and sipped my glass of wine,
knowing that somehow our energy connected,
perhaps I will get a shot next time.

As I turned to walk inside,
you came back down
for another ride.

How stimulating nature can be,
this red bodied spider
was playing with me.

You had enough mischief for the day,
you chomped and chomped on your web
and took it clean away!

I watched you eat with delight,
and climb back up 
toward heaven's light.

The moral of this tiny tale,
take your baggage
and then you can bail...


Silky Moments (c) Amber "V" Moonstone






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Reviewed by JMS Bell 7/17/2012
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 7/15/2012
you have captured this so nicely with your powerful poetic camera. Always a pleasure to read you,Amber.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 7/14/2012
Delightful piece of poetry, Amber; well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Texas, Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 7/13/2012
Thoroughly enjoyed this tale
*Amber V* from the grapes in
wine to the wonderment of
nature connecting

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 7/13/2012
A silky moment of nature's spider and intricate web. Excellent write Amber.

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by jude forese 7/13/2012
wine & webs make are sweet and sticky ...
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/13/2012
You had me thinking of something else. But then my mind is always pretty near that place. And then you hit me with a moral. There's a lot to be learned from the natural order of things. Sometimes a glass of wine in the evening can make a spider into a knight. Then again, a boy turned into a spider can make millions at the box office.

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/13/2012
How stimulating nature can be,
this red bodied spider
was playing with me.

"In all things of nature, there is something of the marvelous."
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 7/12/2012
i adore watching the intimate moments as they present themselves, such as this...enjoyed very much
Reviewed by D. Vegas 7/12/2012
Amber, Here I thought you had a 'gentleman caller'...

Reviewed by Laura Fall 7/12/2012
Wow Amber truly a fascinating write Laura
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 7/12/2012
As ever Amber a wonderful display and song for all to enjoy.
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 7/12/2012
Your tiny tale is a huge tale, full of wit, wisdom, and wonderful observation. I very much like the "knowing that somehow our energy connected". That is the anthem of this song. "Relaxing sipping wine" is a winner opening line, and "melting into the sunset" is the cherry on top. Good piece! ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 7/12/2012
For I am an observer of nature, none of which frightens me... they seem to know as well.

But how lovely it would have been to capture this creature on film.

But, lol... bale? I suppose if you feel you are in danger of death!


Love and Light
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/12/2012
Love the moral, Amber! Travel lightly is a good motto indeed. I adore moments of privilege like this, to be at one with the world in which we live and with the universe - wine always helps! :)) I find it intensely humbling when creatures choose to share their worlds with us and it staggers me how I can be 55 years old and yet know so little about the lives of those who share my personal habitat... family included! LOL!! A mellow and satisfying write and I love the voicing. xx
Reviewed by Andy Turner 7/12/2012
They don't do that in my house.
Very observant Penn
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 7/12/2012
Wow! I learned something. I didn't know spiders ate their webs, I just thought they left them. You should have got a photo of him/she/? chomping away on his web.

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