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Please note: This poem was copyrighted in 2004 and is on file with the US Library of Congress. No part of this poem may be reproduced in any form without prior permission from the author. This poem appears in the book, Perfume of Dust, ISBN# 0-9724347-1-2
Oh lift me up, Grandmother Moon,
Let me bask in silvery light.
Guide my footsteps through the night
Across plain and hill, sea and dune.
Teach me wisdom, Grandmother mine,
For you were born before the earth,
Watching earth's children from our birth.
Grant me knowledge of ancient times.
Teach me love, Grandmother dear.
When this world seems so dark and dim,
And the chance of hope is looking slim,
Let me outgrow both hate and fear.
Teach me patience, Grandmother Sky.
It seems so hard for me to wait
To greet you, at summerland's gate.
I long to grow. I yearn to fly!
Grandmother Moon by PlaidPooka
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