July’s Moon (Poem): North And South: Ephemera

The July new moon is due tomorrow, 10 July, and the full moon will be due on Saturday, 24 July, 2021. For Celtic, Druids, and other Faiths isn’t it awesome to think of the new or full moon, soon?

The full moon is always wondered to me (both the new moon finds wonderful, too), and a poem (or liturgy) for the full moon follows, now, tonight, and it affects both hemispheres, too.

The first verse is our July poem from ‘Moonemclature (sp)’ of 8 July, 2020, but other verses include other words..

The July Full Moon

We celebrate midsummer, Oh Moon of Corn,
that from darkness, you are now full-born. 
Around us mirth and joy is heard, 
You light the world by the Creator’s word.

Teach us to listen and observe.
to nature’s wisdom, to love all, and all to serve.

We remember those who are loved ones of the Southern Hemisphere,
who see also the Wolf Moon, or the Ice Moon,
and the Ice Winter and the Old Moon.
Yet it changes the world, and we all see the Creator’s word
.

May we take the stormy clouds and cold weather,
as we know the nature’s balance all around us
.

In July’s full moon, it is so light, above us,
and the sky is darkness beyond the cloud.
And, yet it shows us that Arianrhod
is divine light.

Arianrhod loves us,
and may we love Arianrhod, and love each other.


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