Bursting in an array of vivid colorThe sun settles, growing smaller Illuminating the skies a hue Of golden yellows and calming bluesOver the hills, the moon peaks And the stars bathe in the nearby creekUshering the days end and the nights descend
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August 6, 2014 at 2:35 pm
August 6, 2014 at 3:21 pm
Thank you ❤
August 7, 2014 at 2:16 am
Lovely words, and the visual is so strong, beautiful. Thank you.
August 7, 2014 at 3:10 am
Thank you so much ❤ You brought smiles to my face.
September 17, 2014 at 5:23 am
You changed the name of your blog! I like it. My first, half-second, response was “Who is Willow Snow and when did I start following her?” But of course there was your picture (which you also changed, but it’s still you), and your URL still says “moonlightsonata1990″…
Anyway, enough about that, on to the good stuff. Obviously you know that I love poems about things like dawns and sunsets and stars and daylight and dusk and all that, because I keep writing those kinds of things too! 🙂 So of course I’m pre-programmed to love this poem! And I do!
I can see the stars shimmering, bathing, in the creek. A very powerful image, that. I feel the coming of night and the retreat of the day, and it feels peaceful, beautiful, not dark and scary, but silvery and mystical. I almost expect to see elven princesses dancing in starlit glades, moonbeams in their hair as they drink from silver chalices.
Thank you again, Stephanie. ❤
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September 17, 2014 at 5:25 am
Ok, suddenly I’m confused. This is dated August, and just showed up in my reader tonight.
September 17, 2014 at 5:52 am
hahaha…… Yeah my mom was saying I would confuse a lot of people by how many names I have on here. Some people know me as Rosalie, others as Stephanie, etc. Now I’ve thrown Willow Snow into the mix. That’s going to be my pen name ^_^ I think it is befitting for my poetry because I write about death, nature, and sometimes light stuff. Well the willow tree is known as the ‘weeping’ tree and it symbolizes death. The tree itself represents nature and the snow is white… meaning light, purity, etc. I absolutely have fallen in love with the name. I always feel like I have to change up my picture and sometimes the theme of my blog too. I like change and keeping the same thing for too long gets boring to me. >.< I don't know why.
Thank you so much! I am happy you liked that poem. I love describing sunsets and starry nights. I especially love writing about the moon. .<
Also, I have no idea why this poem showed up in your reader. That is really weird o__O
❤ much love ❤
September 17, 2014 at 5:59 am
I like the name too. It’s a great pen name. ❤
So, should we call you Willow, Rosalie, or Stephanie? 😉
September 17, 2014 at 6:01 am
Thank you! Haha you can call me Willow ❤
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