I'm fascinated by the- Man-in-the-Moon myth, any time I read or write about the Moon. My research opines that some beings has lived a sort of life younder there on the Moon, before the Big Bang took place. Brenda, has really wrote a short, lively, and nice poem that I like.
Thank you, Peggy, for posting this Brenda's poem. Yes, she is highly creative when she pictures the face of a man on the moon. She wonders if he is sad or lonely. Loved her poem immensely. Thank you, Brenda, for the wonderful share.
Now who’s cracking who up? I know we are a long way away but…..actually we do see different star constellations here in the Southern Hemisphere like the Southern Cross, so maybe anything is possible. But, whatever…it’s a rabbit and I’m sticking to it. Now, I think I need to write a poem about it.
Brenda, here's something I tried to told John yesterday. The ancients saw mountains, hills, valleys, seas and rivers on the Moon with the naked eye, before the invention of the telescope. Does that mean something to you? I once wrote that the fair mermaids initially habitated the Moon, before the judgemental Big Bang took place. Surely, you also will have a problem with this?
Bredz, I missed reading this one before. You've written a beautiful poem. It's always a pleasure to read your work. I also loved the quote by Rumi. Thank you very much, Peggy, for starting this forum, and thank you so much, Bredz, for penning this beautiful poem. Love and Blessings to both of you!
Wow! What an imaginative piece of writing, Brenda. This is the ultimate show of poetic skill, in my opinion. Your have given life, personality and emotion to something we take for granted. Although we are intrigued by the moon, I don't think most of us give it humanity. Well done!
Jan Thank you so much for appreciating this piece of work. I suppose I did give the moon a bit of a personality. But hey...he's the Man in the Moon. I love your excitement & Congratulations on writing a book.
Looks like this website is really into something extremely serious renovation HAHAHA as a Web design student these people really amazed me in terms of programming. So, we're all hoping for the best!!!!!!
Anyways, I thank you so much to Ms Woods for sharing Ms Brenda's poetry! So we can leave a comment.
I so love this!!! As one of those moon lover this poetry is truly appreciated, yeah you're right my friend, I think he's lonely for seeing every happenings in here specially nowadays. Be gentle to them, they've been in so much pain. Said he, when the fiery sun aroused. I miss you a bunch Ms Brenda!!!!!! Sending lots of I love yous and super power hugs!!!!!!!!
Thank you. It’s been awhile since I posted anything here. Good to see you’ve found a work-around for writers to communicate, and respond to each other’s work, now that we can no longer comment in the feed.
This was beautiful but sad poetry. Relatable and enjoyable on the other hand. Readers please read Brenda's lovely poetry from the link below:https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-De … -HeartacheHi Brenda,I know you wrote this poetry with Ron in mind and at heart. Beautifully composed....
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Brenda Arledge has written us a lovely poem. Anything can inspire us and see how a comment on forum post inspired her to write this superb poem. Yes, it is easy to get inspired but only if we want to, I guess. Beautiful hub, Bredz. Thanks for sharing.If you haven't read it yet here's the link to...
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