Morning and Evening

Feb morning
pale pink
bashful morning
slight veil of wispy clouds
your cheeks blushed crimson in the sun
new day
***
ascend
lovely maiden
bright in the eastern sky
wearing your silver crescent crown
new moon

Crescent Moon and Venus 8-2012

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and another cinquain : )

trilling
lovesick peeper
singing to his lady
of sex and immortality
frog song

51 thoughts on “Morning and Evening

  1. Ah yes, sex and immortality always brings the ladies in. Even if you’re just kissing a frog.

    Have a good weekend! Hope your weather is good enough to work outside for a while. We’re supposed to have rain all weekend. It doesn’t matter. We replaced all the windows this week and have a big cleaning job to get done anyhow.

    Nancy

    • Heading out to the garden this morning before the cold front and rain comes in – enjoying a couple of very warm days before we head back into the 50s next week. Have a load of mulch coming next week so trying to get everything cleaned up. New windows – nice -what a chore ahead of you – but soon you can sing – ‘I can see clearly now……’ : ) K

  2. There’s just a little bit of haiku peeking through in each of these delightful cinquains, Kathleen. I really enjoyed the morning and evening images – and that frog is singing a song most of us know the words to 😀

    • Thanks so much, Tony. I went back and read your prompt and yes, I see what you mean. This was a very challenging form for me – I think the frog song was closer to a cinquain than the others. But I am intrigued by the form and will continue to play with it. Thanks bunches! K

  3. haha….what a daring frog to sing so….smiles…and really cool the first two…from start of day to end….love the visuals…and the blush of that first light as well…smiles.

  4. oh i like the cheeks blushing crimson in the sun and the silver crown..nice…and the last one cracked me up…singing of sex and immortality…haha..not a bad song at all..smiles

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