A Temperamental Moon

A Temperamental Moon

waxing and waning
a temperamental moon
lives amongst the stars

through life, too, we wax and wane
temperamental we are


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25 Responses to A Temperamental Moon

  1. Priyanki says:

    Did you capture this yesterday night? I saw this beautiful view yesterday while driving & wish to capture it but was to busy to do so. The view was amazing with the star glowing so close to the moon.

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  2. SandySays1 says:

    But unlike the moon with its predictable ways there’s no cycle or discipline to the ways we move in.

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  3. heidispitzig says:

    I saw the same scene in last night’s sky. Was beautiful!

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  4. mikeytbull says:

    Spooky… I saw this tonight – north west England UK. :)

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  5. Mazigrace says:

    The moon was absolutely beautiful last night. Thanks for capturing it. AND thanks for the follow.

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  6. bullroarin says:

    Saw this last night. it was one of the few moments we enjoyed this winter without clouds and a snow storm to boot, Your poem definitely added to the grandeur.

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  7. Mandy Moran says:

    Just love that word temperamental!!! :)

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  8. afairymind says:

    Great photo and I love your poem too – simple yet beautiful. :)

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  9. tlcmd3 says:

    Wow, that is truly a sight to see. Wish I could have. Really nice picture:)

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  10. sulagno13 says:

    waoh!! the moon seems smiling isnt it :)

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  11. It is marvelous how much we can often say in so few words! Marvelous!

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