Tag Archives: dawn

Challenge #midnighthaiku

False light in half light Juxtaposed realities Challenging nature *

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Song #tanka

With the dawning light Voicing Words of creation Souls awake to song For the genesis of stars Composing eternity For Colleen’s poetry challenge

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Soft #midnighthaiku

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Grace #midnighthaiku

* Flushed with latent flame In momentary beauty Earth reflects heaven *

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Golden hour…

“Okay then, email me if you wake early. And if it looks hopeful, I’ll come down…” My son had asked if we could go and greet the sun somewhere again, if the weather was suitable. Having slept badly the past … Continue reading

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Breath #midnighthaiku

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Staged #midnighthaiku

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Before The Flood ~Bladud Fleas #writephoto

Removing themselves from the tent, the three of them sat cross-legged on the sheet of tarpaulin, and looked skywards. “Red sky in the morning, shepherds’ warning”, said Japheth. “Red sky at night, shepherds’ delight”, added Shem. “Baked potatoes on lamb, … Continue reading

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Break of a new dawn ~ Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

The madness of the night is not over. Not yet, at least. I can feel it inside me, in the grogginess in my head, in the way I recoil at the artificial electric blue swathe of light that’s pricking into … Continue reading

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The magic of the moment

There was no way to tell what kind of a morning it would be… except that it had turned cold. Yesterday’s sunshine had been a feint, designed to instil a false sense of security and the rain had a suspicious … Continue reading

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