Haibun: Summer Solstice

I watch the last shimmers of sunlight as the longest day of the year ends. There is still magic in the air, hot and lively, but it is cooling. As darkness consumes the heat, lights appear in the sky – emerald, fiery rose, and amber

summer’s glitter
fading like fireflies
in the night

 

Written for Heeding Haiku With Chèvrefeuille, June 21st 2017 summer solstice

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