Coming and going
on a warm summer night
I thought there was nothing new to say about the moon, but you’ve proved me wrong. Brilliant haiku.
Thank you! I try to see a different moon every time 🙂
I have 2 other moons here. mowing- grass- with- scythe- moon, and blueberrymoon. The scythe moon and the bicycle moon have similar sounds i think – the nice swish
There is certainly a swish, that’s for sure… 🙂 Also, thank you for introducing me to blueberrymoon.
A clever and amusing haiku — in fact, quite delightful 🙂
Thank you Sarah! 🙂
Smiling with delight.
Your delight delights me even more, Emmy 🙂
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