Pete Crowther
Hull, East Yorkshire, England
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Cold Moons Of Winter

Rating: 5.0
(The moons of December, January
and February were once known by our
forebears respectively as Long Night or
Cold Moon, Wolf or Storm Moon, and Snow Moon)

Cold moons of winter
The wolf and the storm
Ice crystals splinter
The long night is born
Grey shadows lope
Over the snow
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Emma Johnson 05 March 2006
And what poetic incantation, Peter! We are bewitched. I found myself reading it again and again, aloud. This is going to be my lullaby. Ten and a favourite. Susie.
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Gina Onyemaechi 05 March 2006
Above all I like the poem's hopeful finish. Cracking write, Peter. And in answer to your question on 'Kiss My...', about 2 hours in the making altogether with a lot of chopping and changing. Warm regards and a score of 10 from Gina.
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A. B. 27 February 2006
Let the air strike our tune, Whilst we show reverence to yond peeping moon. Cool poem Pete. Loved it. Peace
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Ernestine Northover 23 February 2006
A very Arctic subject here, Peter, Made me feel very nippy and chilled. Very well done with good imagery. Very nice write. Loved it. Love Ernestine XXX
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Anna Russell 23 February 2006
A beautiful tribute to our beautiful moon. Hugs Anna xxx
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Julia Klimenova 23 February 2006
There is an ancient feel in this fire. This a shaman's poem. Loved it. Julia
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Sandra Fowler 23 February 2006
The moon remains a mystery through all its winters, time out of mind. Praise for your lovely poem. Regards, Sandra Fowler
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