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    Bear JPiC Contributor

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    Garden of the Blue Moon

    Kneeling in the blue glow of the full moon
    Planting, silent and tender sensual dreams
    Being cultivated deep into the ground.
    As the moonlight waltzes across the fertile dirt.
    Composing each speck of earth
    To look magnificent in the nocturnal darkness.
    The aroma of the fiery maple chips; drifts in the breeze.
    As the tranquil whispers of wild flowers, and nature
    Tell ancient secrets of the days long ago
    Take some time to meditate
    As you rub your hands in the dirt,
    And gaze upon the blue moon and stars
    While pondering your destiny, your fate
    In the midnight garden of life


    Posted By Bear | Jul 3, 2007
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    Jer4clarity Lover of Meanings

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    Bear,

    Once again BIG HANDSHAKE. You have an incredible connection with nature and those things that God has blessed us to make us feel warm and alive.

    My Fav:


    Jer


    Posted By Jer4clarity | Jul 3, 2007
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    Bear JPiC Contributor

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    Handshakes Jerry thank you so much for your fantastic comment
    handshakes
    bear:)


    Posted By Bear | Jul 4, 2007
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    incredible!

    love the flow of this poem

    especially love this part-->

    "The aroma of the fiery maple chips; drifts in the breeze.
    As the tranquil whispers of wild flowers, and nature
    Tell ancient secrets of the days long ago"

    Bear JPiC Contributor

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    Thank you so much Louisianagal for your wonderful comment
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    Posted By Bear | Jul 4, 2007
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    Echoes Poetic Princess

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    great work, true to form:bravo:


    Posted By Echoes | Jul 4, 2007
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    mistyllspoetry Billy Corgan's Shadow

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    Loved the title and these lines-

    Take some time to meditate
    As you rub your hands in the dirt,
    And gaze upon the blue moon and stars
    While pondering your destiny, your fate
    In the midnight garden of life


    A good poem that gets you in the mood
    for what nature is. A nice cozy read.

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    This is lovely - I especially like the opening lines:

    "Kneeling in the blue glow of the full moon
    Planting, silent and tender sensual dreams "

    I never thougth of the moon having a blue glow...it is something I will have to explore as I write many many moon-ku and am always seeking new ways to see it.


    Posted By BekiLynn | Nov 11, 2007
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