Full Moon

It’s Haiku Friday. For the past 20+ years I’ve written one haiku every day. They’re not always good haiku, although some of them are excellent. (Check out my 7-book haiku series called The Haiku Book of Days.) A few years ago I added another daily practice, which I call the “daily draw.” I create some kind of image, and many times that image owes its inspiration to my daily haiku. I’m calling them “illustrated haiku” and someday the haiku and its illustration may blossom into a new haiku book. In the meantime, I’ll share a few of them here on the blog. Here’s today’s offering. Enjoy!

under the full moon
trees and fairies tiptoe dance
partners in magic

One thought on “Full Moon

  1. Is the moon ever
    really full? From earth, we can’t
    see the other side.

    The moon rotates to
    keep same surface facing
    to our planet earth.

    The Apollo 8
    crew were the first humans to
    see the moon fully!

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