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  A Full Moon Eclipse
by William Bonilla
Thursday, November 13, 2003

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The full moon, was eclipsing
I felt no inspiration
Something or spirits
Were darkening my moon.

As I treaten and waved
My war club, Towards the heavens
To wart away, the evil spirits
Approaching from the left.

Evil clouds, surrounded her
In a haze, of mystic formations
They seem to change shapes
Before my observation.

I saw a cat
The moon was his eye
The creatures, I saw
High up, in the brilliant sky.

Each used the moon, as their eye
A dragon, flying upside down
A sea turtle, looking back
She wore a crown.

The serpent, had no eye
But the moon
Was his glowing head
As, she just drifted slowly
And obviously dead.

The night stood still
Very dark, accompany by a chill
The moon was ashen
I thought her daed.

I lower my war club,
I lower my head
Sadly I walked away
Towards my cave.

To narrate
This unfolding story
To my cowering clan
Babbling away, their heads

By: William Bonilla

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Reviewed by Bennett 3/15/2007
This is so wonderfully written and it was a very pleasurable read. Thanks for sharing this with me on the Den.
Reviewed by Jeff Mason 9/19/2006
I love the darkness that you portray - especially now that halloween is but one step away. -- Jeff
Reviewed by kindra garber (Reader) 1/14/2005
i like it. it is very discriptive

Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 11/14/2003
William...excellent write my dear n luck....BHUWAN
Reviewed by Bonita Quesinberry 11/13/2003
Tremendous imagery conveying pagan ties to moon eclipses. Well written, Officer Bill. I once was married to a Texas policeman: his name was William, too. Visit me sometime.

Love in Christ~~
Bonnie Q
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Reviewed by jude forese 11/13/2003
captures the mystery of an eclipse through the probing eyes of man's growing psyche...
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 11/13/2003
Great imagery
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 11/13/2003
Most atmospheric!
Reviewed by Rodd Jokre 11/13/2003
Hm, I can feel the emotion... Good write...

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 11/13/2003
Really different write, very unique and well penned.
Reviewed by George Carroll 11/13/2003
Imagery excellent.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 11/13/2003
This is just awesome poetry William!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 11/13/2003
I love your style and your moody, haunting, scary flow of words.
Reviewed by Taylor Trenton (Reader) 11/13/2003
This is awesome poetry.
Reviewed by Evelyn Simon 11/13/2003
Hauntingly fascinating poem.
Reviewed by Mark Rockeymoore 11/13/2003
how fantastic this have a wonderful imagination! i could see this also as a short story...

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