Haiku sequence for the pink moon

For Frank Tassone’s weekly haikai prompt, pink moon

 

So many blossom-

faces blush the moon

cherry pink

 

moon-blush

or reflection—millions

of pink petals

 

what light falls

soft as blossom colour of

rose petals

 

silence

cherry-round rosy as

the moon

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

9 thoughts on “Haiku sequence for the pink moon”

  1. Thanks Dwight, the blossom was lovely. No, I meant ‘what’. I don’t punctuate haiku. I read somewhere that’s how you do it. It does mean there’s a certain ambiguity 🙂

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