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Call of the Moon

Updated on July 1, 2017
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April has been a psychology student for 6 years. She has a Bachelors Degree in psychology and is currently attaining her Masters Degree.

Celtic Woman-The Voice

Howling sounds fill the air

Midnight twelve

sets this scene

On a full moons night

Bats take flight from the caves of the earth

joining the celebration

Indians all over drum their drums

The belly of the earth roars with excitement

The pact scatter leaves under neath there feet

prancing through thorns and thistles

Wolves howl from great distances greeting each other

before they meet their destination

Their hearts drumming to a rhythmical beat

Sensing each other as one

Each wolf responds to the call

The moons power beckoning them to come

come celebrate with me

Celebrate my full moon phase with a song and dance

They showing their appreciation to the lumounous energy

 that helped birthed them into the world

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    • pan1974 profile imageAUTHOR

      April 

      7 years ago from Columbus,Ga

      Thank you, and your welcome.

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      Movie Master 

      7 years ago from United Kingdom

      I love your poem and I love the video, excellent thank you for sharing.

    • pan1974 profile imageAUTHOR

      April 

      7 years ago from Columbus,Ga

      I never heard of that movie, it sounds very interesting. I will watch it, thanks.

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      Tim Mitchell 

      7 years ago from Escondido, CA

      Very beautiful poem. You can feel the energy of the wolves. Watching the video when the hawk flew passed I thought of the movie Ladyhawke with Rutger Hauer, Michelle Pfeiffer and Matthew Broderick. Quickly she is a Hawke in day and woman at night, Rutger a wolf at night and man at day, and Matthew is a sidekick of both knowing their plight of damnation separating their love. I think you would like it.

    • pan1974 profile imageAUTHOR

      April 

      7 years ago from Columbus,Ga

      Yes this poem is mine, from my heart. My heart speaks and I right.May 16th my heart wrote. Tank you for your comment and your advice, I will do a summary on the song.

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      Jo_Goldsmith11 

      7 years ago

      Really great hub! I love the song. The name is "I am the voice"? Who sings the song? Maybe you could add a little summary with this hub. Your score may increase. I loved the poem following the video. Is it yours? voted up!

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