The Diamond Queen - Poem by Rosi Caswell
She's full tonight, the diamond Queen
In dazzling robes enfold.
Through Universes near and far,
All creatures, her behold.
Some keen towards her radiant gown.
No flicker does she make.
Some glory in her luminous light.
Their eyes her surface rake.
Some marvel at her colours displayed.
Some race to catch her light,
But they never will, for when they turn
She's out of reach and sight.
But me I honour the stately Queen
As she shines her Healing light.
If you can feel her Energy cool
Wrap all around you tight,
She will kiss you and then let you go
On your journey through your life,
But she's always here to guide you on,
Through every stress and strife.
So Mother, Sister, Healer Moon
I breathe your air so fresh,
And I know where e'er my footsteps wend
My pathways you refresh.
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