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Energies
by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw)

Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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What does it matter
Whether it is day or night
The sun rises East
The moon is always female
Father time waits for no man

 

(c) Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw) 2012, all rights reserved
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Reviewed by Robert Whitford 6/30/2013
I have been on this site, but then again not, for a lot of time. Neglect, which is mostly my fault, but partly because I simply forgot it, caused my absence. You commented on one of my poems which I posted several years ago. I saw that comment so I thought I had better return the favor although you probably forgot about me quite a while ago. Thank you for the review anyway.

I was just looking at your poem. The concept of time in the traditional sense is a straight line. Refreshing to see it treated in what is probably the more proper impression, which is only in chunks and events and not an hour by hour account. The more ancient and probably more legitimate view, at least in the personal sense is as a series of events or episodic turnings of time. Of course the moon is female in contrast to the male which was viewed as a male entity by all the ancient religious and cultural references. Personally I think the ancients associated the idea of a female moon because of womens connection through their bodies, such as the mensrual cycle. This is a very beautiful and thoughtful piece Carol. I enjoyed. The only difference I would have is the characterization of time as not waiting for us. If we can rid ourselves of the concept of consecutive events delineating one from another, then we could truly not need time in the sense of a watch. We could stand outside of it.

Robert Whitford
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/7/2013
Succinct and very thought-inciting words, Caro. Thank you. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 8/21/2012
Saying so much in so little!
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 8/19/2012
Great work as time marches on.
Reviewed by jude forese 8/19/2012
Red Bear, this is a succinct as well as insightful poem ...
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 8/17/2012
With a few enlightened words, you paint the universe as it turns, the moon, has penetrated your heart deeply, and we are richly rewarded by it. Hugs!
Reviewed by D. Vaineo 8/16/2012
In other words, we are all going to die...

Deborah
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 8/16/2012
This gives me quite a riddle to chew on. Thanks* ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams 8/15/2012
Father Time, indeed, waits for no man, but he will wait indefinately for Lady Moon, yes? Some things never change...Stoic and solid acceptance of what is. Interesting. Thank you. Be well, Kathy
Reviewed by John Flanagan 8/15/2012
the big picture, Bear,
and you're right so right

john

ps: the old man in the moon
is there because she's female - trust
an old man to be where he might have a chance
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 8/15/2012
you are right - it matters not
Reviewed by * Starman * * 8/15/2012
The ebb and flow of light and dark, is evident in your passionate speak. Words of ephemeral stirrings. Gossamer wings fluttering in the night, while reading this a thousand luna moths took flight.

Starman
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 8/15/2012
What about that old man in the moon? Heehee I think the moon is transgender, Carolyn . . . Heehee - again
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/15/2012
Interesting concepts. I'm not sure why the moon is always female?

Ron
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