Love at the Coast
though i cannot find you
it would be easy imagining
this cool enclave of cliff
where the sea comes in at a rush
hissing under dark cliffs
green to a darker green
easy to see you among this hypnotic
lapping of water
where light curves
as long bladed oars
dipped in the hazy atlantic
beware of memory
as summer wanders to the sea’s edge
limpid as sparkling stalks
drawn through water and light
this summer wind of memory
lost in the image and rush
of a far whiter sea
and this beach at dawn
in this kind examining light
we should lead our lives
lead our lives
Thanks Sally. I’m just starting to look at compatibility charts and I understand that Carl Jung used synastry to determine the ‘cosmic marriage’ aspect.
Does your e-book provide details about synastry aspects?
For example, I’m curious about the Saturn opposite Venus in synastry – read many conflicting interpretations.
hi Bel, no my eBook is Sun sign compatibility only. I can’t help to be honest. I know there are some good synastry books out there. Maybe take a look on Amazon. best, Sally
Sally, did you write this poem? Haunting but beautiful.
I have a question re: love compatibility and Libras. My ASC and moon are in Libra and my current partner has Sun in Libra. Yes, we are the moon and sun conjunct hence the reason we are having a fated relationship.
I’ve read about sun/moon connections in synastry but I’ve also heard about Sun/Descendant connections and hear they are more powerful when one person’s Sun conjuncts the other’s descendant.
What are your thoughts about this? Which would you say is more powerful?
Bel, I didn’t write the poem but it was written for me. Beautiful, isn’t it.
It’s super-powerful when you have a cosmic marriage with another person (Sun/Moon conjunct) and as powerful when you have one of the lights, the Sun or Moon conjunct the other person’s Descendant. Very often a soul-mate connection, someone who it is hard to let go of.