Done for Mindmiserymenagerie, BastetsShardorma photo prompt.
A full moon is often interpreted in the romantic sense, other times with something involving magic, sometimes with evil or maybe just the wrong time to cut one’s hair or plant certain plants. Keeping in mind all the variations associated with the full moon here is my offering:
you and I
on a moonlit night
the leaves sigh
playing havoc with my will
impotent, I yieldCopyright © Celestine Nudanu (21/04/14) I appreciate your patience with me as I catch up on your blogs. Thanks a million! Shalom
Very magical and romantic…great job!
Thank you Georgia 🙂
Thank you! you honored me with that shadorma! 🙂
🙂 I’m in my Japanese mood…
Ow, thanks so much Candice! 🙂
Nana Prah said:
Mystical. Not too sure about taking away the free will part.
Thanks Nana. It’s all about lacking or not having or not willing to have the will power to resist the seduction. 🙂
Alice Keys said:
You’ve woven sweet magic in this poem.
I thank you Alice
Alice Keys said:
Thank you Aileen 🙂
Lucid Gypsy said:
With little resistance 🙂
That’s the whole point! 🙂
Sharmishtha Basu said:
loved it! I was a blind admirer of full moon nights before watching werewolf movies 🙂
Never watched werewolves movies. I don’t want any nightmares! 🙂
Stella Eromonsere-Ajanaku said:
Didn’t know full moon was linked with magic! Surely, the full moon in a black night is romantic. I love the leaves sighing…
Great job, Celestine.
Thank you so much, Stella. 🙂
The full moon is linked with magic and witchcraft in some cultures. it is believed that some rituals are carried out by some occults when there is full moon!
Skye @ TheSanctuaryofMyHeart said:
Thank you 🙂
There really is a lot around the full moon.
Agreed, Teecee. Thanks so much 🙂
You are always welcome.
Thank you Kim.
Tish Farrell said:
You truly have a gift for making these exquisitely small but resonant creations.
Thank you so, Tish 🙂