∙ಌ∙ •ಔ• ∙ಌ∙ the sun is in love with the moon

the sun is in love with the moon

•ಔ•

the stars

shine less brightly

in anticipation

of  the moon  flying away  from

the sun

.

the moon

surprises even himself  as

he returns the sun’s love

with tenderness

and   joy

∙ಌ∙ •ಔ• ∙ಌ∙

ಌ •ಔ• ಌ

∙ •ಔ• ∙

•ಔ•


“The Moon That Embraces the Sun”    Violin by  Jun Sung Ahn

artwork ~   “The Sun Is in Love with the Moon”   Dejo  (collaboration with Blaak)    { fair use }

this is my submission to ~

Weekend Mini-Challenge: Cinquain!  at   imaginary garden with real toads
prompt:   write a cinquain {see below}
i wrote a  “mirror”  cinquain ~ a cinquain followed by a reverse cinquain


thank you,  Marian!

The  cinquain  is a five-line poem with the following characteristics, in decreasing order of importance:

  1. Strict syllable count: 2-4-6-8-2
  2. Strong title which can serve as the first line of  the poem
  3. Strong imagery (perhaps, even, an image per line)
  4. Nature imagery
  5. Juxtaposition or a clever “turn” at the end

i am also participating in ~

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20 responses to “∙ಌ∙ •ಔ• ∙ಌ∙ the sun is in love with the moon

  1. I really like the personification of the moon in the second. But I think my favorite is the first one. Nice cinquains Dani :-)

  2. awwww, now that is simply lovely. adelaide crapsey would be proud :)

  3. Wow … you thought it out so well … loved it !!!

  4. Such a lovely interplay between sun and moon.

  5. I love anything to do with the sun, moon and stars!
    YOU have painted a wondrous romantic quality :D
    Swoon…awe!
    <3 it

  6. Helen

    The sun is in love with the moon!!! Of course it is … loved this.

  7. and they chase each other around the sky in that love…smiles…nice piece dani…

  8. Surprises like this are good ones. A touching write.

  9. Another Dani-treat for eye and ear and spirit: I love love returned to sender.

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