moonlight

Third Quarter Moon, A Poem

Half Moon at midnight, a sentinel shines

In deepest night, watching those who sleep

Enchanting dreamers with beams of light

Sprinkled like dew upon slumbering eyes

And filling dreams with magical things

 

(From “Echo LaVeaux’s Book of the Moon,” available here at Amazon.)

Photo Credit: Skyscrapers, Inc.

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Super Moon, November 14, 2016

Mr. LaVeaux and I went outside last night to find the Moon as she was rising from the pine trees behind the house. This photo was taken from my driveway. Please enjoy this photo of the Moon. I snapped this photo with the intention of sharing it with the world and was very pleased at the result. I hope you enjoy it, too.

Photo credit: Echo LaVeaux

The Moon and Me

Sitting on a razor’s edge, she fills the night sky

With her gentle light, soft rays of moonbeams

Touching my skin, lulling me to slumber.

The sea beneath reflects her image

Rippling light upon waves of salt.

Watching, waiting, she rises high

And peeks into my window,

Her breath an icy kiss on my fevered cheek.

Photo credit: myfortlauderdalebeach.com

Sleep still eludes me

Oh, the life of a writer…the life of any type of creative person, actually.

When I began this blogging journey nearly a month ago, I had just finished the second draft of a book I’d been writing for a year and a half.  I felt the need to let it sit and pursue a different type of creative expression.  Hence this blog.

Now that I’ve begun my erotica-writing experiment, other ideas for writing projects have been popping into my consciousness.   (more…)