Jazzy Does 100 Days of Happiness 65
Daily Prompt: The Full Moon -When the full moon happens, you turn into a person who’s the opposite of who you normally are. Show us the new you.
The new me, under the light of the full moon, will be dancing her little heart out with beauty and grace. (The old me is a terrible and awkward dancer with heavy duck feet and a clumsy body which bumps into things and knocks them over.)
I found this picture of opposite me, wearing a fluffy white dress, on a pedestal, taking a breather from all that manic prancing around in the middle of the night. And still smiling even though my bare feet are wet from the dewy grass and I have no idea how I’m going to get down from there.
It appears that moonlight also makes one young and gorgeous with great hair. Wow. That’s better than the magic of candle light, hey? Get out there in that moonlight, people!
To quote some lovely moony lyrics from King Harvest –
When the moon is big and bright, it’s a supernatural delight
Everybody here is out of sight, they don’t bark and they don’t bite
They keep things loose, they keep it light, it’s such a fine and natural sight
You can’t dance and stay uptight.
Here’s the music I’m using for my next dance under the moon. Come and join me! I swear I won’t bark and I won’t bite. Beyond that, I’m not making any promises about my behaviour. A full moon does strange things.
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