Moon Muse–dVerse OLN


For dVerse OLN, I’m bringing a Quadrille with all the words thus far in the 2nd cycle.

Photo: David Slotto

Moon Muse
(a Quadrille with all the words as of 3/2/18)

Full moon murmurs,
“Come.”
My heart leaps. I rise,
her poem burning inside.
She begs,
“Write.”
With a bounce in my step,
I hurry outside.
Last season’s leaves crunch
beneath bare feet.
I find my rock in moon’s brightness,
sit, pen in hand, listening

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23 thoughts on “Moon Muse–dVerse OLN

  1. annell4 says:

    Yes, we have but to listen.

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  2. Well? Lol! I would love to have the moon as a writing partner but it’s always silent to me. However, as a subject I’ve written so much about the moon what would I do without it? Lovely work.

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  3. Kathy Reed says:

    Sometimes it takes that extra bit of mood (moon) setting to get creative juices flowing. Nice.

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  4. awesome, impressive nice picture

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  5. Colin Lee says:

    So smooth and captivating I didn’t realise the hefty restrictions you wrote with. And how true is this about writing — the proactive wait, the leap of faith to pen, the expectation for the unexpectable muse …

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  6. rosross says:

    Poetry is the best form of lunacy sometimes.

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  7. mhmp77 says:

    kaykuala

    I find my rock in moon’s brightness,
    sit, pen in hand, listening

    How the moon can inspire and it had been so for so long a time!

    Hank

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  8. rothpoetry says:

    When the moon calls you have no choice, if you wish to grasp your moment of inspiration!
    dwight

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  9. Grace says:

    Love how that moon invites you Victoria ~ She is a good muse.

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  10. scotthastiepoet says:

    Lovely little portrait of a moment here Victoria – t sings true…

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  11. Frank Hubeny says:

    Listening to the moon muse is a good way to write.

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  12. Beautiful, beautiful, simply beautiful.

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  13. Misky says:

    Well done! All those words tucked into a brilliant quadrille. I also really like “find my rock in moon’s brightness”

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  14. lillian says:

    The moonas muse … oh yes. “Last seasom’s leaves crunch beneath bare feet” and new words, new emotions, new ideas flow. What a wonderful Quadrille!

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  15. Oh that nightly beckoning of those intoxicating moonbeams! And you worked in all the words with such a natural flow.

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  16. Victoria, this poem flows exquisitely beautiful and the moon is always in our hearts with its pure victory. Love it.

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  17. sanaarizvi says:

    I absolutely adore this!💖 The moon forever remains the epitome of beauty and inspiration as we stand beneath scribbling away to our heart’s content.💖

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  18. Love it…and the thought of listening to the moon is something that I long for… though of course moon makes me think of how cold it is in moon.

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  19. kanzensakura says:

    How wonderful…The moon says come…This is just how it is exactly. The flow of this poem, like the stars circling in the night sky. And you used all the words. Your poetry is always so…purposeful in it’s flow. I truly love this poem. And your picture…be still my heart.

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  20. I really like this poem, Victoria.

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  21. Excellent write. It flowed so smoothly.

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  22. lynn__ says:

    This quadrille of moon beckoning to writer is delightful 🙂 You made it flow while effectively using all the words!

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