Treasure Island

Laura Russell


Bow To The Moon


I will stand forever firm
Upon two feet, upon ground
In praise of Lady Moon,
Sister of Mother Earth
Illumination.

I will forever raise my arms
Towards the sky
In praise of Lady Moon,
The silver One
Hope.

I will chant forever Her names
My voice full of joy
In praise of Lady Moon,
The radiant One
Inspiration.

I will live forever in Her light
Soaking my core with truth
In praise of Lady Moon,
The awe of my eyes
The secrets of my soul.


15th March 2005

Submitted: Friday, February 17, 2006

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  • Albert Wong (5/24/2007 12:13:00 PM)

    Hi, it is very nice to have read your poem 'Bow To The Moon'. Your heart is so flowing out a lot of love towards the moon. A very nice piece. I also have created my own piece 'My Dear Moon Lady' too. Have you read it? I would like to hear your opinion on my piece too. Would you like to get to know mine?
    Good poem! (Report) Reply

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