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Ancient Voices Of The Wind
by Amber V Moonstone

Saturday, May 01, 2010
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Feeling the Spirit of the Elders and their voices in the wind

music: "Voices of the Wind"

"Ancient Voices Of The Wind"
By Amber "V" Moonstone

I hear their voices,
traveling through the wind
touching my soul with sacred melodies
soothing the restless spirit that dwells within.

Tenderly guiding my thoughts,
feeling tranquility seeping into my core
Searching for all that is good with the Universe,
Knowing that I will find my way toward peace and love.

The tender beats of the Native drums,
fill me with energy of days long gone by,
longing for that time when the Earth
was pure and clean, and water was nourishing.

We have forsaken the true element of harmony,
man is destined to dwell among the darkness
when the Earth begins to crumble
and dissolve into the abyss of human ignorance.

Longing to bring the Earth and the Native American spirits
back to the harmony that they once shared;
the touching melodies make my mind wander
to the days of the roaming buffalo

When water was clear of toxins,
and the rivers were refreshing sources
of health and life,
bringing sustenance to all who drank upon it's shores.

When will Mother Earth feel at peace
with mankind once again,
I am still listening for those Ancient voices
that travel serenely through the wind.......

"Ancient Voices Of The Wind" (c)Amber "V" Moonstone


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Reviewed by William Bonilla 5/3/2010
Thank You Amber
for allowing me to read another outstanding poetic piece
Love & peace be with you

Reviewed by Holly Ibbitson (Reader) 5/3/2010
Amber this is simply beautiful.
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 5/3/2010
Beautiful longing for that which is "right." As long as we worship the all mighty dollar we will never experience harmony upon this Earth. So sad but true. Hugs, J'nia
Reviewed by JMS Bell 5/2/2010
Reviewed by Michael Guy 5/2/2010
And the most telling verse why I too am sympathetic to the Native American POV: "We have forsaken the true element of harmony,
man is destined to dwell among the darkness
when the Earth begins to crumble
and dissolve into the abyss of human ignorance."

I liked your poem a lot and i like that music too; that's why I even wrote a whole Symphony using N.A. feelings and influence. I guess it may have been one or couple of our past incarnations... Seems likely,
Have a good week anyway despite the world trouble...
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 5/2/2010
why do we seem to be the ones who have screwed everything up? another beauty amber.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 5/2/2010
...there was a day man respected all of earth, now there is much too much destruction for greed...May the winds keep howling!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/2/2010
We have forsaken the true element of harmony,
man is destined to dwell among the darkness
when the Earth begins to crumble
and dissolve into the abyss of human ignorance.

So sad but I agree with these apt and timely sentiments, Amber. Thank you. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 5/2/2010
A beautiful write. I can recall times in my youth when the lakes and streams were clear and free of toxins, when gardens grew in rich, untainted soil. And yes, there was a harmony between man and nature. Will it ever get better or will it just continue to get worse until man annilates himself?
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 5/2/2010
Dear Amber, I like the direction you took in this very fine writing. I think it was very serene and forthcoming. A beautiful writing and breathtaking!

Reviewed by Richard Orey 5/2/2010
The combination of Social and Earth pollution creates a steady push toward making the Ancient Voices Of The Wind more and more difficult to discern and an upgraded quality of life less and less attainable.

Perhaps to be done wih the issue, we should just build one gigantic outhouse with pathways leading to it from every direction as the repository of all human putrefaction and put the expert transgressors in charge of the Compaction Unit. We'd be happier with our cleaner lives, and they'd be happy wallowing full-time in their toxic environment.

"Ancient Voices" will be my platform as I run for public office in the future. I'll just say, "Amber sent me." Do I have your vote?

Reviewed by jude forese 5/2/2010
sometimes i feel like a roaming buffalo on the crown of a native american's head ;) ... seriously, your poem captures a tranquil mood of wind moved by the pulse of the earth ...
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 5/2/2010
nostalgia for what once was and a sense of supremem loss hit me as i read-i was touched and feel it a very powerful write
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 5/2/2010
We have forsaken the true element of harmony,
man is destined to dwell among the darkness
when the Earth begins to crumble
and dissolve into the abyss of human ignorance.

Powerfully sad; Powerfully true.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 5/2/2010
The Spirit of the Elders are talking to me with a sad tongue and it brings to my eyes tears of shame for not have preserved pristine the heritage handled down to me...

Wounded Eagle

Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 5/2/2010
"Ancient Voices Of The Wind" take us upon Mother's
ancestral stones where cultivating the soil and
living off the land offered unification to the
all empowering circle of life...(which I still live off
of through deer & pheasants-if one won't eat it-don't shoot it)
and now we have farm harvest for cows, chickens, and sows & eggs
all with chemical poisons to the chain, thus unending continuums
into the cycle of prosperity to the health of everything...
I value the circle Dearest Den Sister & also
I value ""Ancient Voices Of The Wind" for value to earthen offerings
is nourishing to the ensoulments of all
Love's Bounty Offering
Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/2/2010
Ahhh the wise Shaman of south of the border sings her song and the winds echo her sentiments...well done Amber.
Reviewed by Sophia Choudhury 5/2/2010
so very lovely-----a Shaman's dream------Amber these voices will always be with you----loving and guiding-----
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 5/2/2010
EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva

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