Blood Moon

Blood Moon

A full moon arises and it shines down on the land

Clear up in the sky, clear like the palm of someone’s hand

But something feels quite different, you can feel it on your skin

It’s a perfect, gorgeous sight, but it reeks of rotting sin

Out of nowhere comes a shadow and it slowly starts to grow

The moon is being swallowed, but it has a strange, bright glow

The glowing stops, the shadow wins, and what you see takes breaths away

An event full of dark mystery that never happens during the day

The moon is now a deep red-orange as it looks down from the sky

But how is this even possible, a red shadow, how and why?

They say the light that reaches us changes because of the air

But I think there’s much more to it, the moon is doing something rare

A handshake of energy between celestial bodies has begun

The moon is quite exhausted, it needs the power from the sun

Opposite each other they exchange their info from afar

The hot one gave its heat and the cool one says Au Revoir

Once the moon is ready to leave, the red glow begins to die

The shadow pushes the blood, the blood leaks off to the side

And right behind the shadow you can see the bright white light

A light so pure and blinding, the most unforgettable of sights.


AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - APRIL 04:  A blood red moon lights up the sky during a total lunar eclipse on April 4, 2015 in Auckland, New Zealand. The shortest total lunar eclipse, or "blood moon", of the century will last just a few minutes. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – APRIL 04: A blood red moon lights up the sky during a total lunar eclipse on April 4, 2015 in Auckland, New Zealand. The shortest total lunar eclipse, or “blood moon”, of the century will last just a few minutes. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)


Hi there, it’s been a while. I was inspired to write a short piece about blood moons because one is actually going to happen around the 28th of this month. It’s the final blood moon of the tetrad, so I hope the skies around your area are clear enough on that night so you can witness it. They’re rare beauties, blood moons. If you’ve never seen one, I recommend you drop everything while it’s happening and go outside, watch it with your own eyes, feel the vibes, and think about it. I’m pretty sure it’ll be something you’ll never forget. Have a nice day, and don’t miss the blood red moon in a few days.

-Ralph Serr

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