Open Link Night #183

Tonight is Open Link Night at dVerse Poets Pub – you can submit any one poem you like! Come by for some spectacular reads.

the super moon brought
fall to our part of the South –
bright days frosty nights

bright days frosty nights
full moon lights the nights with white
light and gray shadows

light and gray shadows –
the moon shines bright as day – gray
instead of silver

instead of silver –
pewter light turns the world
to black and white –

public domain NASA photo

public domain NASA photo

27 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Björn Rudberg (brudberg)
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 15:35:37

    I love how you go from colors into sepia here… sometimes it’s an aspect of moon that we forgot… a daguerreotype… what a perfect image.


  2. ladynyo
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 15:47:27

    I’m with Bjorn. I love the different shades of grey. (perhaps a better 50 shades of gray? LOL) Caught the moon early last night, though it wasn’t full, it was orange at the horizon. I love how each stanza streams into the next.


  3. whippetwisdom
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 15:58:03

    I love this, especially ‘bright days frosty nights – full moon lights the nights with white – light and gray shadows’


  4. Grace
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 17:44:06

    I admire the inter-connected verses specially the last one ~ I took some shots of the supermoon the last few nights as it was a gorgeous sight ~ Lovely share Toni ~


  5. thotpurge
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 19:21:01

    pewter light turns the world
    to black and white –
    …love that!


  6. Bodhirose
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 20:31:03

    Beautiful, Toni…love how the moon’s colors change perhaps with her waning and waxing.


  7. Magaly Guerrero
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 22:34:16

    Love the progression of the poem. And the wonderful image you leave us with.


  8. 5h2o
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 22:47:49

    Each of these works alone and they all work together. Nice job!


  9. Margaret Elizabeth Bednar
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 23:48:20

    I find it fascinating how the moon does change color all in one night!


  10. Bryan Ens
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 23:50:10

    love how each stanza’s end provides the beginning of the next.


  11. Brian
    Nov 18, 2016 @ 08:01:17

    If no one wrote about the moon did it actually rise in pale colors to our eyes? I really like the transitions you created here.


  12. Sky
    Nov 18, 2016 @ 10:21:02

    I really like the ending and this line: “full moon lights the nights with white”


  13. georgeplace2013
    Nov 18, 2016 @ 11:43:23

    Beautiful painting of words in lovely colors of calm


  14. hypercryptical
    Nov 18, 2016 @ 15:17:55

    I was not lucky enough to view the super moon as the skies were overcast here. So I thank you for providing me with wonderful poetic imagery of the event.
    Kind regards
    Anna :o]


  15. Hank Pelaez (@kaykuala)
    Nov 18, 2016 @ 19:47:00

    instead of silver –
    pewter light turns the world
    to black and white –

    There is the easy flow along the way all connected. Yes the moon may turn out to drab and gray!



  16. pandamoniumcat
    Nov 18, 2016 @ 22:49:44

    What a lovely poem, I never got really see the supermoon due to cloud cover…I saw it peekaboo that’s all…you’ve penned a poem of beauty. Well done!


  17. Imelda
    Nov 19, 2016 @ 12:43:04

    lovely linked haikus. I join the others in commenting on the excellent way you wrote about the changing moon. 🙂


  18. rosross
    Nov 19, 2016 @ 14:44:35

    The language of colour is never more eloquent than in our material world.


  19. Kay
    Nov 21, 2016 @ 17:47:12

    I, too, loved the shades of gray and the crisp imagery. Lovely!


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