A few days ago I emailed some of you sharing my photos of the cool moth I had never seen before. However I had a dream of when I was young with my brother and sister. Alton had found one and I remember feeling it's papery and fuzzy body and wings. Dreams came to me, and so did 12 new poems, which I decided to make in its own book altogether- Dream Scape (could change).
Enjoy the different views taken with my phone camera-
Also a new friend from Norway, Jorgen, posted this Hanson Live Feed of the three brothers traveling together, and they are listening to my favorite band of all time, U2- The Joshua Tree. Check it out...
HNet Live Feed A few of us in the blogsphere love them, especially my daughter Anelisa. She would say that Zac who took his photo with her in the DFW Airport, was HOT! for a boy...
A Side View of this male- You can tell by his fuzzy antennas and shoulder markings, a female is thinner black line and less on her antennas- They are endangered so do not try and capture them. Rare to see one during the day, as I believe this one is resting as he is looking for his second mating for the year- they have two mating cycles in Jersey area.
Now A poem I am working on, from Dream Scape Series...
A Luna was to the side of a big doorway, resting
By the shape of weight it carried, a male looking
for his mate, a moth on the shoulders
of Earth, nature and the north east winds
up and down coastal sands and byways, my way
imagine his enormous lime-green wings
four inches, as big as an adult male was meant
Fluttering back and forth from the light to the dark
each day holding onto the florescent light, reflected
Paper wings filled with colorful strands, like
costumes in a celebration with fuzzy antennas proudly
displayed as it is studied here on the brick
holding up a house, up the door frame
leading into a home full of many generations
stemming from attraction of strength and beauty
Determination to survive, endangered
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