Twilight #writephoto

twilight

The sun set on his dreams. Wisps of fog wandered in, blanketing the landscape until he could see them no more. They were lost in twilight.

He forgot what they looked like. He forgot their magic. He began to wonder if they had been there at all.

He slept among the mists until the moon rose. When its silver light fell, glints of dreams appeared below him. The mist became a sea of silent twinkles, and he saw his dreams once more.

 

(Image courtesy of Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo)

Written for Sue’s Writephoto prompt: Twilight

Published in CDHK’s frog haiku ebook!

Delighted to have six of my haiku published in Carpe Diem Haiku Kai’s new ebook Furu Ike YaFive of these haiku are new and have never been published before.

The ebook is inspired by Matsuo Basho’s famous pond/frog poem, the beginning line of which is furu ike ya, and contains exclusively frog haiku and tanka.

There are haiku by both classical and modern haiku poets. Mine are on page 25.

You can read or download the book for free here.