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Mystical Moon...
by Diana Wiles

Friday, January 30, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Mistress Moon..enigmatic, alluring, mystical. She is our symbol of reassurance that all is as it should be in the Heavens. Available to all who inhabit this wonderful planet. In an uncertain world..she never deserts us....

What can compare with the beauty of the Moon?
Gowned in simple elegance
she shines softly in the dark night sky.
Here and there, diamond stars shimmer
enhancing her enigmatic charms.

Can nothing shake her
celestial composure,

her unconcerned gaze?

Cryptic crescent,
mysterious and secret,
stamped on velvet duskiness,

intrigues and mystifies.
Lover's Moon, full and sensual
hangs in grandeur
enthralling her captives

with full-bodied voluptuousness,
Moonbeams weaving bewitching enchantment.

we fall victim to her magnetism,
her wanton guile.
She rises with pride over a world
that too often deserts,
leaving dreams shattered,
egos disintegrated.

Safe and steadfast,
constant and aloof,

she manouvred us to the dawn of a new Millenium.
With breathtaking beauty,
the Universe her magnificent backdrop..
she silently presides.

Let us keep Faith...
She will not fail us.

Magnanimous, Miraculous,

Mystical Moon

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Reviewed by Amor Sabor 4/4/2012
Beautiful sentiments and resplendant description of the moon. Beautifully worded, Diana, with the utmost descriptors.
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 4/3/2012
Enchanting language for a symbol we cherish. We worship the sun, but we can not even look at it. The moon, however, is the receiver of watchful ones, who could eye her by the hour, thinking, feeling, reflecting and projecting energy for energy, like you have here. She lets us have her, and you've let us have you. Thank you very much. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by dan Rosenhagen 1/27/2012
Ah yeeeeeees, she never leaves us.
The night would be hoplessly lonly without her.
Beautiful Diana
Reviewed by Ian Irvine (Hobson) 10/30/2010
This poem is almost an incantation! Ah the archetypal significance of the moon! And poetry of course is a gift of the Moon Goddess - or so say the ancient Celtic bards of their goddess Cerridwen, keeper of the Cauldron of Inspiration. The poem rescues the moon from the desacralisation it has undergone at the hands of the men of science. Yes of course the moon is about our inner world, about inspiration, creativity, about transformation (at the hands of Luna in alchemy), the feminine, and a whole lot more. Fellow readers - I dare you to read this poem at midnight on the night of a full moon!?
Reviewed by gemma codd 3/22/2010
Beautiful, such a lovely way with words.
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 3/18/2010
I can honestly say this is the best poem I've ever read about the moon.
Five Star.

Reviewed by Nicholas Fatseas 3/10/2010
There is a tender touch in this so eloquent work, then again Luna`s shine is as soft as velvet
thank you for sharing
Reviewed by Lee Hudson 10/18/2009
Your mesmerizing expressions create an awe-inspiring world of sensations overflowing with waves of emotions. Your truth reveals unimagined dimensions. You illuminate through an eternal all seeing all knowing eye. You send ripples through the cosmos clarifying, cleansing and healing all senses. Your piece is far beyond unique, far beyond space. You are truly extraordinary.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 10/16/2009
Stunning poem, lovely images.
Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 10/14/2009
Dear Diane, a Bedouin song sais: "Listen people the miracle of today,the moon and the star met, what for a wounder! my heart is melting from love." Your poem is very nice. Love Emile
Reviewed by Richard Orey 8/3/2009
Like others, I've stared endlessly at the moon since I was a child. And it's still there, mystical and wonderful.

And we're not alone. A very popular Chinese song is this:
Yue Liang Dai Biao Wo De Xin (The Moon Represents My heart).
(Go to the bottom of this page on my Authorsden site to hear this song played by Professional Harpist Magdalene Wong of Singapore:

It's worth the effort.

Thank you, Diana, for a wonderful poem.

Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 7/27/2009
Lovely! You have captured the essence of that fabulous orb!

Reviewed by George Carroll 7/27/2009
Great ode to our lovable moon.
Reviewed by andrea coltman 5/11/2009
Ah the moon, what an enchanting and captivating poem. Beautiful...

Best wishes

Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 2/3/2009
Awesome write!
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 2/2/2009
BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 1/31/2009
Beautiful ode to the one who keeps us in our place. Bravo. J'nia
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 1/31/2009
Splendid job.
Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce 1/30/2009
Beautifully-described!!! Great choice of words!!!

Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by David Thompson 1/30/2009
"Gowned in simple elegance" personifies the moon in such a lovely way, adding even more beauty to her feminine side. In addition, the cadence and alliteration of the last twelve syllables, "Magnanimous, Miraculous, Mystical Moon," closes the piece with three adjectives and a noun that makes me wish I had written the poem myself. "Mystical Moon" indeed does shine with brilliance. I love all your writing.

David Lee Thompson
Reviewed by 000 000 1/30/2009
Your chosen words honor the beauty the moon bestows us on the nights of fullness! The passions arise with the moons shining!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 1/30/2009
Absolutely gorgeous, Diana. The allure of the Moon beautifully captured in these lines.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Cryssa C 1/30/2009
There are some truly beautiful lines within this poem! Stunning...
Reviewed by Dale Clark 1/30/2009
Nothing more beautiful or powerful than the moon...
Lovely piece.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/30/2009
I think the moon has always been and always will be one of a poets greatest tools to use. This poem highlights this love of our heavenly body.

Reviewed by Amma Poet 1/30/2009
Great Poem!
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 1/30/2009

The moon is so beautiful and mysterious. Your write reflects this and I loved the way the words flowed.

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/30/2009
This is a fine ode to the goddess Moon, Diana. I have found the moon to be a source of inspiration on many an occasion. I have two poems at AD directly alluding the the moon. They are entitled, "Moon Smile" and "Moon Spell" but many of my other "poems" make reference to the moon. Thank you for sharing this offering. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 1/30/2009
Cool. Yes, the old moon does have its allure. Liz
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