Poetry Friday: moon haiku

moon haiku
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Alas, I only had my phone with me to take this photo, otherwise I could have probably gotten a better shot. For all of today’s Poetry Friday happenings, be sure to visit our hostess, Renee LaTulippe, at The No Water River!

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17 thoughts on “Poetry Friday: moon haiku

  1. Catherine Johnson

    Great haiku, Matt. I tried to read it first thing on my phone but it was too small. I worry that my poems have shrunk but I do like a few choice words better than long and rambling these days.

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    1. Well, you know, as I was looking at the picture trying to discover what I was seeing, it occurred to me that the sky almost looked like an oil slick on the sea, taken from the point of view of being underwater, looking UP…and that’s what made the poem. It’s amazing to think how well the earth DOES bounce back from catastrophes like that – which makes me wonder how well it would be doing if it didn’t have to keep bouncing back!

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