It was as though the sky
had silently kissed the earth,
so that it now had to dream of sky
in shimmers of flowers.
The air went through the fields,
the corn-ears leaned heavy down
the woods swished softly—
so clear with stars was the night
And my soul stretched
its wings out wide,
flew through the silent lands
as though it were flying home.
This Moons of Jupiter series features metalwork sterling silver or copper wire settings, each of which hold a one-of-a-kind Beadles (beadles.de) lampwork moon focal created by Gail Kops. Some moon focals were two-sided and could be worn with either side facing outward: the full moon, or the crescent moon. Each moon has a starry zircon companion in the sky that shines brighter than the hinted myriad of stars in the indigo night.
Gail has featured me on her website in the designer gallery!