Summer solstice haiku


My computer has been in the shop getting a new brain, so this item is posted a bit late.  No, it’s not a real haiku, as I pay no attention to counting syllables.  But it was fun to have the moon peek in my window from behind the ancient maple trees in our front yard that night, awakening me.  It travels this far north-in-latitude only once yearly.  I was glad Luna roused me to capture images and verse.



Setting moon

peers in window

rousing sleeping son


Full moon plays


with summer Solstice sun


Finger points

shutter clicks

Luna winks


Chariot-drawn moon

beams at us

highlighting our addresses