Daily Archives: April 6, 2014

Through Other Eyes

How do you see the moon? If you read five different poets describing the moon, you will see that each one extracts a facet of the moon, in their own unique way. You say, What does that do for me? … Continue reading

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When Dreams Dare to Come True

Glittering gold of stardom swept through the window blinding her in a celluloid shield. Too bright, too soon, she had reached a pinnacle of success. She tried to block it out, the cameras caught dark eyes filled with anxiety. Written … Continue reading

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‘Twas After Midnight

Night was nigh; he must prepare himself to dazzle a mysterious damsel not yet in distress. With full moon forecast, it will be easy for him to take in her loveliness, loneliness, ere his approach. Ah! purple bands are receding, … Continue reading

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Illumined by the Moon

how solemn each patch of grass illumined by the moon (c) Soen Nakagawa (1907-1984) Moonlight makes choices fog circles like planet rings Highlights litter of dark streets (c) Sara McNulty Written for Carpe Diem Haiku Kai Special #85-“Illumined by the … Continue reading

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