Exposed

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Paul Simon said that one man’s ceiling is another man’s floor. Whose floor is the sky?  Does it open at night to spill the dance of the stars, the sailing of the moon, into our earth-bound feet?

Moving toward eclipse–
double reckoning of light
bearing winter’s tides.

My windows become eyes to let the nightshine in.

 

Could I resist the dVerse winter moon haibun prompt?

This was my best photo of the first New Year’s Moon (that’s a rubber band that was on the floor…how did that happen?).

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34 responses to “Exposed”

  1. Shefali says :

    What a click and those words!! 💓

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  2. merrildsmith says :

    Oh my–everything about this, Kerfe! The moon. . .

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  3. petrujviljoen says :

    This is really lovely! The rubber band sheer zen!

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  4. Jodi says :

    wow – about that rubber band. Do you think angels use the sky as their floor??

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  5. Björn Rudberg (brudberg) says :

    That question is indeed one worth asking… if there’s an end to sky at all?

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  6. Singledust says :

    the camera can illuminate things we almost imagined. “My windows become eyes to let the nightshine in.” is brilliant!

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  7. Lynz Real Cooking says :

    I love the words they are amazing!! The photo is awesome

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  8. rivrvlogr says :

    Alternate title: Moon-Band Reflection

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  9. Sharon Mann says :

    A magical happening! The best part is…you were there at the moment to enjoy it.

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  10. Frank Hubeny says :

    Good question about whose floor is the sky.

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  11. kanzensakura says :

    I love the last line in this. So true! The square of light looks to me to be an sort of tv image. A rubber band! Who would have thought it?

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  12. Victoria C. Slotto says :

    Spectacular work of art–both the photo and the haibun. In a few words you have “floored” me. Thanks for sharing this.

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  13. Frank J. Tassone says :

    Reblogged this on Frank J. Tassone and commented:
    #Haiku Happenings #5: Method two Madness’ #haibun for #dVersepoets!

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