fazing of the night (haibun)

© Clr’15

She looks out the window, waiting for daylight. Birds bid her a good morning in the darkness of the night still, fazing ever slowly. She turns to look at her mistress and waits for a sign, then nuzzles on her pillow and  tries to catch some sleep in the quiet dim of night.

birds chirping

breakfast conference

pre-dawn call

© Tournesol’15

6 thoughts on “fazing of the night (haibun)

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words…the prose at the beginning along with a haiku is a haibun:) I love writing this form….it feels like a journal entry completed with a poem.


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