Renhai Reflections 115: Midnight Stirrings

Midnight Stirrings

A Renhai by Janice Thomson (jt) & Vaughn Seward (vs)

Gibbous moon —
on every primrose leaf
a starlight dance. /jt

Midnight velvet breeze — /jt
a canopy of shining stars. /vs

Pre-dawn stillness —
distant harbour lights
frolic on the ripples. /vs

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[This was written with Janice Thomson from Canada, and was just published in the June, 2009 issue of the Lynx Journal for Linking Poets.]


Devika said...

Very nice set, Janice and Masago

Loved it...among the best I read here :)

John McDonald said...

enjoyed this

jem said...

I love all of this. It's so easy to assume there's nothing to see when it's dark. This proves that wrong.

RBroeker said...

Again and again I am touched by the power of your teamwork.

Best wishes

Pamela said...

I had to go to Websters for gibbous. (is it okay to admit that?)

Once I had that down -- I just sailed with a smile through the rest of the verse. Loved it!!

Masago said...

Thank you all very much!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...


Kristin Riggs said...

These are wonderful!

Masago said...

Thank you Kristin!

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