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Children of the Moon, Chapter 5: Refuge

Sandy pushed aside saplings to reveal
a deer’s nest-like home;
Laurel ran her hands across fawn-soft,
red feathered grasses;
blackberries jetted in waves from the earth… 657 more words

Consciousness & Intuition

Children of the Moon, Chapter 4: Flight Path

Sandy watched a brightly-decorated train
trundle by, carrying circus animals;
a slow-moving wave of tigers, lions, elephants,
camels, llamas and horses, painted vividly
on the cars; as if a dream passing by… 1,098 more words

Consciousness & Intuition

Children of the Moon, Chapter 3: Mulberry Ranch

From the Myakka the swamp flooded away
in all directions, and in the river’s eye the ghost
of Ponce de León wandered in search of immortality… 882 more words

Conscious Living

Children of the Moon Chapter 2 Shadow

As Will came near an apparition unfolded
into a gaunt figure whose face was pale,
his eyes black holes, hair billows of smoke,
his voice a storm as he spoke: And you wonder… 524 more words

Consciousness & Intuition

Children of the Moon Chapter 1 The River's Eye

Children of the Moon

Mary Clark

The first soul is in the pupil of your eye, the second soul is in your reflection in the water, and the third soul is in your shadow.  1,051 more words

Consciousness & Intuition

Children of the Moon, in the beginning

On the loom
…of evening’s wend,
………………….a night of birth,
and from the cocoon of morning,
………………….children bloom,
…winged children
of the moon

Will, blown in night winds into meadows soaked with dew… 182 more words

Coming Of Age

Children of the Moon: Albino Kuna Indians under Threat

Reuters’ “The Wider Image” reports that large number of albino Kuna (or Guna) Indians—“the alabaster-skinned people born on this sun-scorched constellation of islands off the Caribbean coast of Panama have been venerated as the Children of the Moon or the Grandchildren of the Sun”—are under threat due to the tropical sun, “their mythic, celestial ancestor.” 308 more words

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