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Winds That Move Me
by Amber V Moonstone
Sunday, September 23, 2012
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The weather has been so beautiful here in Connecticut! I have been to the beach almost everyday this past week and week end!

Winds That Move Me
Amber "V" Moonstone


Windy shore,
breezes not to ignore,
cleansing winds,
healing begins.

Windy beach,
within my reach,
stirring thoughts,
at no costs.

Windy sand,
from my hand,
blowing free,
rejuvenating me.

Windy mind,
answers to find,
stirring emotion,
peaceful ocean.

Windy heart,
never apart,
soothing breezes,
emotion siezes.

Windy touch,
missing you so much,
swirling vibrations,
cosmic celebrations!



"Winds That Move Me" (c) Amber "V" Moonstone


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Reviewed by Liana Margiva
I JUST LOVE THIS BEAUTY!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by jude forese
your healing words are marvelous ...
Reviewed by Dark Knight
enchanting- beautifully passionate and intoxicating like you
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Love the rhymne and flow, feels like a healing breeze.
Reviewed by Amor Sabor
Those vibrations sometimes cause our heart to echo out our sentiments and you have captured that well through the memories that inspire you so. Excellent work.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
You have very effectively shared a wonderful experience through your verses; thank you, Amber. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
Moving describe so
meaningful..with feeling for the
sun and moon to shine their love
upon us *Amber*

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Laura Fall
A Wonderful write Amber, so glad you enjoyed the weather and here in Ohio it has been very cool even in the low forties at night. as always terrific poetry Laura
Reviewed by John Bidwell
Very uplifting poetry.
I was on vacation in Mystic this past weekend- such perfect weather for the Sea Port and Aquarium.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
So marvelous when we have such a place to inspire.
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley
Mother earth in all her glory Amber
We know how healing she is for us


Love and Light
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
This poem is the wind, this reads wonderfully. You must have had the same weather the other night, the wind gusts were tremendous, like waves rolling through the trees . Perfect poem!
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
Looks like the winds carried you away...go where the wind blows!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
A time for me to get in out of the cold wind. You conjure up some windy cleansing leading to what just blew in to blow your mind.

Reviewed by Christine Tsen
Beautiful harvesting of joy and honesty from inside the self in this windy seasonal delight!
Blessings, xo
Reviewed by Budd Nelson
oh yes the shore, sand, breeze and salt air rejuvanating indeed
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
The literal and metaphorical power in the gathering of the four winds is phenomenal, Amber, and you have certainly captured some of that energy in your invigorating lines. Gotta love those swirling vibrations which scoop all up in their palm and set us firmly on our feet (or head-over-heels!) again. I, too, loved the sand flowing free from your hand - another fine image of our life and times which both liberate and confine us. Thank you for your condolences and care about Willow, too. I know many share and understand such pain. xx
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
I liked all of this snappy poem which had so much to say, but I loved the part about the sand from your hand and blowing free. Great metaphor, never mind fantastic mind picture. Everything about this poem hit the spot with me.
Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams
Amber, I have always loved breeziness and wind. I never stopped to really think about why. My goodness, you did my work for me and did it so well. What a mood you set, a smile you pluck from me. Be well, Kathy
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