∙ಓ•೩ a moonbeam’s touch ೩•ಓ∙ {redux}

photograph courtesy of Ainsley Allmark

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the moonbeam gently

reaches inside my window

hoping to touch me

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originally posted 19 February 2010

i would like to thank    Ainsley Allmark     {  @DolphinDancer  }  for so generously allowing me to use his beautiful    photograph    from his    twitpic photostream.  Please click on any of  the    Dolphin    links in the blogrolls at the bottom of  the page to see more of his stunning photographs and amazing poetry.

this is my second submission to ~

Poetry Potluck Week 45     at     Jingle Poetry     a Fabulous site for poets ~ spend some time there!
prompt:    nature and life  {thank you, Shashi!}

i am also participating in ~

NaBloPoMo

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Filed under haikū, Jingle Poetry, micropoetry, NaBloPoMo, photographs, poetry, Post-A-Day2011, the moon

17 responses to “∙ಓ•೩ a moonbeam’s touch ೩•ಓ∙ {redux}

  1. That is simply beautiful. I can see the moonlight laying across the floor. You left the window open…
    Very nicely done!

  2. you are attractive of all beautiful things, how cool imagery.
    Happy Potluck.

    :)

    • thank you, Jingle! ♥ isn’t that a gorgeous photograph? Ainsley lives in Cornwall, U.K. and takes really stunning photographs of the sun, the moon and the ocean there.

  3. ds

    Lovely haiku–perfectly matched to the photo.
    Thank you.

  4. sigh…my next line would be “i reach for it”…smiles.

  5. The Queen of Haiku
    She speaks to us through her Heart
    Her name is Dani…..

  6. moondustwriter

    The moon always casts an alluring glow – perfect Dani

  7. I am officially in love with your blog! Wish I could write haiku this well!

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