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Blue Moon Parade (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I remember that a few years ago, we actually had a blue moon during October. That was quite a treat. Perhaps we’ll enjoy another special cosmic event soon.] A blue moon rose among the ribbons of dark cloud      which filled the skies that late Halloween evening            . .Continue reading “Blue Moon Parade (A Poem)”

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Blue — Source of Inspiration

Blue is a favorite of many Complex in meaning, usually pleasing Oceans and skies filled with blues Blue is a favorite of many Ethereal, serene, infinite is blue It is the color of dependability and creativeness Blue is a favorite of many Complex in meaning, usually pleasing B oth ocean and sky fills the world […]Continue reading “Blue — Source of Inspiration”

Enchantment Among the Waves (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I originally wrote this poem about a year ago, when an uncommon event made the waves off the California coast glow with bluish hues each night. It was a gorgeous sight.] Along the California coast                                          late in the evenings     an enchantment has taken hold                         that sets theContinue reading “Enchantment Among the Waves (A Poem)”