Full Moon in Libra – 16 Tarot NaPoWriMo

Day 15 of National/Global Poetry Writing Month (AKA NaPoWriMo).

It is always fun to do a little research to inform a poem. Tonight’s Full Moon is in the Libra constellation known for balance and harmony. Libra’s ruling planet is “steady eddie” Venus, and it is in the lucky 7 house of the zodiac. Libra is an “air” sign. According to the Farmer’s almanac, April’s moon is the “pink” moon of spring flowers. Let’s see what poem comes out of this info.

Card from the “Moonology” Oracle deck by Yasmin Boland, art by Nyx Rowan.

16 Full Moon in Libra card by Yasmin Boland and Nyx Rowan

Full Moon in Libra

Statuesque figure
robed in vibrant pink of Venus
Goddess of love and relationship.
Aligned spine and level broad shoulders
she is harmony
playing the song of our heart
on celestial chimes.

With the tools of Libra
accountability, communication, self-reflection
and collaboration
we ring balance between our desires
and the needs of others,
we resound beautiful harmony.

Journal questions for finding harmony:

  1. What do I contribute to imbalance in my relationships with
    1. work
    2. significant others
    3. family
    4. friends
  2. Which relationships will I focus on in this lunation (moon sequence, month)?
  3. What can I do to support the needs and desires of the people in these relationships?
  4. What can I do to support the needs and desires most important to me?
  5. What is my first action today to bring about harmony?

About createthedawn

Dawn’s calling is for her poetry to make our world a positive place. She believes in the power of poetry to process, to focus, to align, and to find our way to happiness and fulfillment. Thus, her pen-name is CreatetheDawn. Follow Dawn's work on this blog and in her books to help fill your world with wit, wisdom, and wonder.
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