Blue moon (haibun)

Blue Moon

Walking home tonight she kept her head turned up towards the sky. It was night and yet the sky was so clear like daytime but as if the light had dimmed just a little.   The teal blue sky looked like a sea of floating puffy runners of all shapes and sizes. Truly this second full moon was very unique, this July night. She arrived home infused with awe of that silvery moon.

blue moon rules
sky surrenders gracefully
from time to time
playing peekaboo
buried under floating wisps

© Tournesol ’15

Carpe Diem Blue Moon

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