Sunday, January 20, 2019

haiku to an eclipse

pale opal hangs in
the sky caught between the stars
and towering pines

Haiku upon watching the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse. I felt like I should dance or something.

The neighborhood kids decided to howl.

 The clouds kept their distance until after totality and then gently took back the night.


Liza said...

Couldn't see it, not only because of the trees surrounding our house, but because of heavy cloud cover. That said, it cleared overnight and the full moon woke me up at 4:00 am. We don't have curtains on the windows and boy was it bright on the snow. Stunning. Love you haiku's, Tricia.

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

Sorry the clouds took away your view but super happy you still got the beauty later. And, again, thank you for liking my haikus. That makes me smile.

Yvonne Osborne said...

It was so frigid here I didn't make it outside. Tried from the bathroom window but out of range. I missed my chance to see the Wolf moon.

Now the clouds have moved in and I await another chance.
You are the haiku maestro!!!

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

*waves at Yvonne* So sorry you missed it. I have to say I was glad my weather cooperated, because it was a beauty of a moon.
I read that while it was occurring the moon got struck with a meteor. Kind of adds to the mystique.

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