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Full Moon In Aires (9/23/10)
by Amber V Moonstone

Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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the calendar recognizes Sept. 23 as the first full day to celebrate the Autumn season's arrival. (Autumn Equinox)

Secondly, it's a full moon. Maybe, just maybe, it will be one of those big round orange harvest moons, the kind that mesmerize you and make you feel good all over.
Falling right on the 0 degrees Aries point, this Full Moon promises to adjust attitudes. With strong aspects to Jupiter and Uranus, the energy in general is one of heightened restlessness. Your emotions are keen for movement and you are enthusiastic about present ambitions for the future.

Full Moon In Aires (9/23/10)

by Amber "V" Moonstone


Awakened by the brightness
filtering through my skylight
I was greeted by the light
of this Aires Full Moon.

I was restless before retiring,
enveloped with a sense of
disturbed energy throughout my body.
I realized what this moon represents..

I truly felt the power of the moonbeams
penetrating my being.
They were strong and opulent
enticing my awakening mind.

Compelled to write a poem,
I sat and started to comply.
racing through my mind,
was the emphasis on restlessness.

Can this moon really affect me?
Yes, I am so restless
I could crawl out of my skin
and fly toward the Moon in Aires.

Disturbance in the force,
awareness of my independence,
knowing that I have boundaries
and will not ever be able to conform.

This full Moon in Aires,
has the power to adjust attitudes,
reshuffle relationships,
and reassess present aspirations.

One can find peace within this full moon,
knowing that the restlessness that you feel,
will remain as a reminder to make changes,
that will enable your success in future goals.

Embrace the strong moonlight rays,
let the energy flow throughout your body,
send some back into the Universe,
where moonlight and restlessness entwine.


Full Moon In Aires (9/23/10)  (C) Amber "V" Moonstone









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Reviewed by Sheila Roy 9/27/2010
I think I felt this restlessness, too. Dreamt I was on a space shuttle to the moon, and I have zero ambition to travel in space. My dream book said it means I crave adventure. Great poem, Amber. Hugs,
Reviewed by David Maclellan 9/26/2010
Ah the mystical moon, its light must have shone brightly on you Amber to compel you to write such a vivid description. You are truly a spirit that is one with creation!
Bathing in starlight,
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 9/25/2010
An interesting coming together of alignments you highlight here, Amber, which indeed can cause that "reshuffling" restlessness one feels when playing cards games and chance. Very energising and exciting! Was this the so-called "Harvest" moon in actual fact? I dragged my long-suffering son to the window to watch it early-rising above a smoky cloud and it was gloriously highlighted with all it's dents and hollows clearly to be seen.... but not the ENORMOUS great orange disk that hangs so low in the sky that it takes your breath away... Perhaps that's the October Hunter Moon? I get confused!! :)) Anyways, a great reminder to take that old Ram by the horn in an entwined exchange of mutual energies - Yeehar! Gotta luv it. xx
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 9/24/2010
Do you feel that more if you are an Aries?? Much enjoyed the poem Amber.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 9/23/2010
Oh Amber, I can feel the essence of the rays already, like a renewal of life and more pointed direction to travel. What a magnificent piece to share this night...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 9/23/2010
,,I can't find the moon,,it has been pouring rain,,but hope for it to clear soon, love the harvest moon~
Reviewed by John Flanagan 9/23/2010
Yours is a spirit with tidal thrust, Amber,
a natural ebb and flow, you are complete
in the naturalness of it all.
I love this.

Reviewed by Christine Tsen 9/23/2010
Flawless, Well-chosen words ~
Maybe that's what has been going on. I have been feeling like a frightened kitten stuck up in a very high tree ~
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/23/2010
I agree with Brandon. this poem is wise and filled with good advice!
thank you ,Amber!
Reviewed by Brandon Petit 9/23/2010
first of all I love the title and the theme, but also I love how you imply through this poem that restlessness can be a good thing... especially for us poets and artists, no doubt. In the same vein, I like how you use the word "disturbed" to describe awakening energy in motion, rather than a negative emotional condition like it is so commonly used... very unique poetic license. I especially love the very last line, "where moonlight and restlessness entwine"... incredible.
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 9/23/2010
restlessness can be creative and a full moon is always inspiring.
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 9/23/2010
very nicely written. I hope the moonbeames start working soon. Because I am not right.

Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 9/23/2010
beautiful, poem, hope you are right about the moon. - Morgan
Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 9/23/2010
Dear Amber,You are right, the Moon does play an important role in our being. Your poem is full of positive impact on us and shows us the important energy deriving from this full Moon. Many people depend for their energy on the full Moon. Some pray every month for the new Moon.
Very nice poem and expressed in the right way. Love Emile
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 9/23/2010
VERY BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by George Carroll 9/23/2010
Still have sand in my eyes can't see the moon but it does have persuading powers if you're caught in its rays.
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 9/22/2010
Saw that full moon here last night in Milan through my bedroom was just beautiful...just like this poem, Amber.
Reviewed by Paul Judges 9/22/2010
The delightful harvest moon; a fine composition, Amber

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