“All the trees stand erect
without a quiver in even
the smallest of their branches.
Yet, for what these silent elms
make up in quiet,
a rollicking robin
cannot suppress his excitement,
about the dawn of this new spring day
and the arrival of the morning sun!
With quavering voice,
he rolls out his rhythms.
The Oak Tree stands, silent, gazing
With the wisdom of one hundred years,
Witness to life’s joys and sorrows,
to the laughter and the tears.
To love lost and love found,
To the happiness and pain
Life’s dramas all unfolding,
Sunlit skies and winter’s rain
The dance of Nature continues on.
The light, the blue, the dark, the grey,
Ever constant yet ever changing
As the seasons dance and play
And the Oak Tree stands, silent, gazing…
The Full Moon in the cardinal air sign invites us to contemplate the balance in
different aspects of our lives, learn to understand contrasting positions and be
truthful to our authentic self. Full Moon brings energetic surges that can push
us from our comfort zones to embrace the changes and encourage the new growth.
Let’s be free to express yourself with careful consideration of ripple effects
and impact of our actions on others.
The name for this Full Crow Moon came from the northern native tribes who
observed that the crow cawing heralds the end of winter. Sometimes it was also
referred to as the Full Crust Moon because the snow cover becomes crusted from
thawing by day and freezing at night, or the Full Worm Moon since the earthworms
appear from the thawed soil and attract the birds.