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‘SUGAR MOON’ A POEM by Robyn Comfort INSPIRED BY the Painting ‘FULL MOON II’

Read the poem by Robyn Comfort that was inspired by this art on Artful Awareness.

Robyn wrote, “Spring approaches at the full Sugar Moon in March, the time for tapping maple trees to harvest the sap that will be boiled into delectable maple syrup. The poem “Sugar Moon” was inspired by the mindful art of Seamus Berkeley, inviting you to contemplate this slow, important turn of the seasons, the change from the depths of winter to heart warming spring sunshine. Berkeley’s mindful artwork inspires us to reflect on the processes of nature that affect every one of us, no matter how urban a life we live. From maple syrup in your pantry to the moon reflecting the passing of time, contemplating our interconnectedness with nature’s cycles and processes can inspire gratitude for the little things in our lives, encouraging us to feel a part of nature, rather than apart from it. Practicing Artful Awareness lies in acknowledging the energy, resources, and people behind enjoying the warm waffle smothered in maple syrup on your breakfast plate. Bon appétit!”

Full Moon II, original oil on canvas, 36″ x 36″
Original paintings and prints by Seamus Berkeley

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