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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Once upon a Moon

wrapped in scarves of fog
foothills caught pieces
falling from the Harvest moon
wind-kissed jacaranda
perfumed the eager night
restored the seeds of wonder
and in a spate of longing
she color-dreamed
an empty glass re-filled

Harvest Moon Watercolor by Sue Prompt by Three Word Wednesday

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RomanceWriter said...

Each line of this is beautiful and wonderous in its own right, and together it makes a gorgeous written piece of art.

Jo said...

foothills caught pieces
falling from the Harvest moon

Oh so beautiful. Again another wonder from you!

Shephard said...

"Wrapped in scarves of fog"
Love that imagery. Really lovely.
(and I love scarves)

~S :)

Anonymous said...

Oh, this is just gorgeous! And I love jacarandas. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

Robin said...

You had me at "wrapped in scarves of fog". That's wonderful. And your art is just lovely. I wish I could take it home with me.

Anonymous said...

How wonderful!

Anonymous said...

Love the images of:

scarves of fog,
pieces falling from the Harvest moon, she color-dreamed

and the streak coming from the moon in your painting.

paisley said...

for me this touched a place i now call home... i see those exact scarves of fog and pieces of moon nearly every day as i wonder on to work... excellent visual on this.....

TC said...

caught pieces
falling from the Harvest moon

Reading this I can believe that things do fall from that harvest moon. Nicely done.

Kris said...


Q said...

Always you are a delight.
Happy Harvest Moon.
Your words and your paintings are beautiful and I leave with joy.
Thank you,

Beau Brackish said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Giggles said...

Amazing art...you took the words right out of my heart! That's exactly how I feel...profound poem...just beautiful!

Hugs Sherrie

Writing on Board said...

Lovely moon and sea poems. Both.

Anonymous said...

Such power in three little words.



Anonymous said...

Stars of champagne
are bubbling over
from the moon’s bowl
of sparkling light!

This isn't the one I was looking for but I'm on my laptop and don't have the one that would go well with yours. I write poetry about the moon more than any other subject.

poefusion said...

Your words are always so beautiful and engaging with their imagery and thoughtfulness. I wish I could write half as good. Keep up the good work.


Anonymous said...

"wrapped in scarves of fog"

That freaked me out. What imagery!!

Bone said...

she color-dreamed
an empty glass re-filled

Beautiful words. I had to wiki jacaranda :)