From Anne Michaels' poem, "Skin Divers":
" Because the moon feels loved, she lets our eyes
follow her across the field, stepping
from her clothes, strewn silk
glinting in furrows. Feeling loved,
the moon loves to be looked at,
swimming all night across the river."
The girl was elated to read this, because she watched the moon over the river outside her bedroom window! The resulting necklace is "River Moon". I know, it's the reverse of "Moon Ri-i-iver", but it had to be!
The beloved "moon".
A kyanite planet, perhaps?
Different backgrounds and lighting, but I'm thinking different camera!
The moon is such an amazing part of creation! No wonder it has inspired
art and literature forever!
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Here's another "moon" thought from further on in the same poem, "Skin Divers".
"The moon touches everything
into meaning, under her blind fingers,
then returns us to cerulean
Thanks so much for visiting and I appreciate your comments! Hope you enjoyed this brief journey through the night.