The Everyday Lore Project

1 October 2020 – Harvest Moon

1 October 2020 – Harvest Moon

Well, it’s a marvellous night for a moondance. So one guess as to what I was doing with my fantabulous friends, Claire and Sarah this evening. Usually appearing in September, the Harvest Moon is so named as it’s the full moon closest to the autumn equinox. But tonight we danced ‘neath the cover of October skies. Not really much more to say except the night’s magic kept the moon hiding behind clouds and trees and buildings, so we’d dance. And then we’d stop. And then we’d dance again. Which made us laugh. Which was perfect. 


Leendertz, L. (2019) The Almanac, A Seasonal Guide to 2020, London, Mitchell Beazley

Morrison, V. (1970) Moondance, Los Angeles, Warner Chappell Music, Inc

Published by Liza Frank

Author of My Celebrity Boyfriend. Obsessed with hula hooping, sons of preachermen and fresh dates, sometimes all at the same time. Curator of Folklore Agony and The Everyday Lore Project.

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