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My Saraswati Moonstone
by Fred Hose
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  O barren banks of the Saraswati
Those dry shores that once spawned life
Where sacred water lavished glory
On ancient cities now forgot

There I found you Moonstone
You who taught me ancient truths
O gem filled with veils and mists
And colors that had tales to tell

You showed that cupped darkly in my hands
You just lay there dark and somber
Trapped in my grasp your heart gone cold
Your singing voice had lost its chord

Then when I held you high above
To feel the glow of the morning sun
I saw your veils of blue and green
As they danced and swayed in pure delight

But in the moonlight you found your soul
Your veils enchanted and seduced
While coyly you did hide your face
I knew your kiss was near at hand

Moonstone great and ancient teacher
You showed me how to set you free
You whispered to me to give you light
For then you'd dance into my heart

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April 19, 2009
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