Poetry Friday and Sunday Scribblings All Wrapped Up Together

This is a cross posting with my other blog “Check It  Out“.

Tricia at Miss Rumphius Effect challenged us to writing a type of haiku: the lune.  The syllable structure is reversed thus creating a crescent shape like the new moon at the end of the lines.

Well, I am a week late But here is my poem.  It also ties in with the Sunday Scribbling’s prompt: “winter’s tale”.

 

december moon glows on fields

snow blankets cover

twinkle lights, stars dance

 

geese honk their good byes

mice scurry on snow

winter’s silent tale begins

If only snow really was here.  Read more great poetry at Mommy’s Favorite Children’s Books.  Read more winter’s tales at Sunday Scribblings.

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One Response to Poetry Friday and Sunday Scribblings All Wrapped Up Together

  1. these are good, I never got round to this challenge, I should have done though…

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