Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Moon



luminous pearl
caught in a net of branches:
waxing moon







amber moon eye
of carnivorous lampfish
raised with fisher's catch

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Swanee said...

Damn I like that last one. Moon as full stop at the end of the tree's sentence.

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Danny said...

Arthur,

You really captured the beauty of the moon last night. Joey called me and said, "Go outside and find the moon." I couldn't find it from my yard, so he told me to drive to the park and there it was, sitting in a cloud-bed.

Danny

5:12 PM  
Blogger Art Durkee said...

The last one and the second one are my own favorites from this set. They're the ones that inspired the haiku.

I never tire of watching the full moon rise. I've driven off into the fields and hills more than once before, just to capture these sorts of images of the full moon's rise.

9:37 PM  

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