O, Swear Not By The Moon

“O, swear not by the moon, the fickle moon, the inconstant moon, that monthly changes in her circle orb. Lest that thy love prove likewise variable”

– Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Took this photo the night before yesterday when the moon was so bright and in full circle. No matter what phase it is, there will always be something romantic about the moon. Its radiant beauty shining amidst the darkness of the night have already inspired a thousand poets, including the great Sir Shakespeare to write a number of literature that has surely surpassed time. On the other hand, it has also initiated fear in the hearts of many people for the full moon being associated with superstitious beliefs about werewolves and vampires. Some even say that people go lunatic when the moon is in its full circle. But whatever it is, for sure the moon can drive different emotions to people.

Just saying.



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2 Responses to O, Swear Not By The Moon

  1. Ela says:

    I love the moon; it makes me feel closer to people who are far away, knowing that they’re under the same night sky.

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