twilight serenade (troiku)

(c) Clr ’17 Sunset on the St Lawrence

in the twilight
cloud of mist rises
soft moans through the night

in the twilight
swallows nestle for the night
cicadas hum

cloud of mist rises
forming ghostly shapes
over the river

soft moans through the night
golden glow of moonbeams
tangled limbs glisten

©Tournesol’17/06/17

 

At Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, we are inspired by Jane Reichold’s haiku using the summer kigo word “twiling”.  Her verses as well as our host’s are absolutely stunning and any one an inspsiration to write.  You can also start your haiku with “in the twilight” which I chose to do to write my Troiku, which is a new form of haiku created by Chévrefeuille.

Your comments are like sunflowers beaming at me:Vos commentaires sont des sourires des Tournesols

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