Monday, January 07, 2008

Moonstruck



I love it when I
spot you in the clear-blue sky
waxing crescent moon

This is in gracious response to One Deep Breath. This week's topic is Moonstruck.

21 comments:

Crafty Green Poet said...

oh I love the daytime moon too!

tumblewords said...

Daytime moons are so appealing and so mystical. Wonderful words and photo!

AnnieElf said...

There is something so special when the sun and moon share the same sky at the same time.

Shelley said...

I really liked the specificity of this... can see it quite clearly, even without the lovely photo.

UL said...

'waxing crescent...' beautiful imagery..lovely take. Thank you.

Sandy said...

Whenever I see the moon in the blue sky it is such a pleasant surprise. Lovely haiga!

Janice Thomson said...

Delightful haiga Get Zapped - both your words and the photo create a lovely image.

Mandy said...

lovely

Sandy Carlson said...

What fun! It has always seemed to me the moon enjoys playing hide-and-seek with us.

Plain Foolish said...

The picture and words complete each other so nicely. Beautiful.

Quiet Paths said...

We live beneath the daytime moons all the time and barely think about them. This is great. Oops, I unknowingly used the same last line. *g*

polona said...

oh, so do i... but haven't seen the moon at all for weeks... :(

Kai C. said...

ah, i love the moon.

qualcosa di bello said...

so do i!!! after the night or two of darkness at new moon, seeing that first bit of crescent is so awesome

Jane Poe (aka Deborah) said...

Excellent poem and photo -- wonderful response to the prompt! Peace, JP/deb

Roswila said...

Day moons are so special!

get zapped said...

It's been a blast sharing the day moon with all of you and learning how much you all like spotting her too!

Secret Agent Mama said...

I often look for it, too, and so do my children!

Abzdragon said...

Ah!! I love this! I would have never thought to incorporate the daytime moon, but that doesn't make it any less beautiful. Great capture!!

LittleWing said...

ohhh, that's so very good...

spacedlaw said...

I've always been fascinated by that pale presence as well.