You rise, a blood red orb,
taunting star-gazers as you
cover your face behind a grey blanket.
Glad you enjoyed it.
Hi Shawn, I believe you’re from British Columbia, am I right? Great to be able to reach so far afield from Sydney to the world. Love what you’ve done with your blog – don’t mind if I follow, making it 14,829!!!
Welcome, Owen. I’m glad to have you visiting from the other side of the planet. 🙂
I just went through ur other posts too..
Dey r beautiful and so full of insight..
Ur thoughts really inspired me..
Will b a regular reader..
Keep blogging 🙂
I love it Shawn that poem describes my experience with the super lunar eclipse. 😉
Thank you I watched a live feed from the U.S. because the moon wouldn’t cooperate. 😉
Some people around here got some beautiful photos. They are plainly far more creative, lucky, or good at keeping their eyes on the schedules for astronomical events!
I agree my friend got the most spectacular photos from her Nikon and shared them with the small town she lives in! I’ve enjoyed seeing everyone’s across social media. I got a really cool pictures of the clouds covering the moon. 😉
Happened there, too, eh?
Seems to be a common problem.
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Shawn Bird is a high school English teacher, poet, and YA author in the beautiful Shuswap region of British Columbia, Canada. She is a proud member of Rotary and a former Rotary Youth Exchange Student.
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