moondance (harvest moon)

last night the harvest moon rose above our mountain-top aerie & got stuck in the yucca.  of course, it eventually unhooked itself from the spiny leaves & invited us to dance to its effervescent brilliance.

we bowed to its gracious invitation & twirled & spun & lept to its magical, ancient rhythms.  the freedom of the dance allowed our heart to beat in syncopated sympathy.  (van morrison joined us in song.)


2 Responses to “moondance (harvest moon)”

  1. September 23, 2010 at 8:26 am

    Thanks for the Van Morrison song – I liked listening to it!

    And, I like your photograph of the silhouettes of trees or parts of a tree.

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