my moon your moon his moon her moon mom's moon dad's moon grandma's moon grandpa's moon siblings moon their moon our moon someone's moon luna's moon roman moon Selene-Artemis' moon greek moon earth's moon moon's moon high-class moon azure moon ancestry moon        

driving home late warm evening, 60mph windows down dont care long day, long week of work and only tuesday symmetrical arrangement of air reshapes the hair local radio broadcast the planets by gustav holst:  jupiter, the bringer of jollity conincedence, livey and cheerful overflow that star, the sun, warms the left half of face oh… Continue reading needed relief

Insert, turn key, push door open . The ambience  of the room had an immediate affect on Michelle drapes on  the huge  window were pulled back allowing the non-obstructed sun to illuminate the full brilliance of the gaily painted room. As if she'd just opened the best Christmas gift ever,"Alllllll right"  sprang from her lips.… Continue reading There comes a moment

The other day at work, around 6pm just as the sun began it's decent towards the western horizon and temperature reached about 100 degrees something in air:   cars gleaming in the sunshine precede one by one through the zen tunnel of wash out the other end pretty and proud now silence except wind whipped… Continue reading Therapeutic

a steady breeze blows in my face and through my hair, refreshing. the dark underbelly of clouds contrast against the sun drenched ice crystals that stretch beyond. the sun sets giving way to the dark-side i search the sky for that galaxy far, far, away.

The accent lighting on the facade highlights the waxing crescent moon the tiny bright spot above it that is Jupiter captures the eye, the shadows of pine trees contrast. As I finish nightly chores at the filling station/carwash the above captures my eye and attention. Ceasing work and I stare, wonder, celestial chills run throughout… Continue reading moon

Wide-eyed and super-glued to the television watching the feed from high gain cameras on the ground and in the air (not even nail polish could tear me away) as the first stage engines cut off, separates, then the five J-2 engines of the second stage ignite pushing the mission into space.