Summer Moon Haiku String

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oborozuki is Japanese for hazy moon

I.
summer half moon drifts
in a sea of blue – floating
sakura petal

II.
summer night sky – I
descry through blacker branches
oborozuki

III.
luminescent pearl
worn by the night sky – baroque
purity enchants

IV.
the full moon flutters
on the surface of the pond
lone cicada sings

V.
the summer moon bursts
from behind the clouds – startled
an owl takes flight

free Getty Image for non-commercial use

free Getty Image for non-commercial use

 

Aoi tsuki 青い月

Last moon of summer:
Pearl drowning in sky ocean
slowly.

blue moon

Can you see the moon?  taken 6:50 am 08/26/13

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