D-Verse haibun Monday

I sit in the half light, writing. The moon shines brightly above me, I look up, then I spot it, the half moon shape in the bright night sky. It is so beautiful, It makes me stop what I am doing. I look at it in awe, and wonder. Then I decide that I will write a few poems about the moon.

Moon shining

In the bright night sky

I look at it in awe.


Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

28 thoughts on “D-Verse haibun Monday”

  1. Originally posted on Haibun Monday, appearing now again at OLN. And I’m so glad as it. I didn’t participate in Haibun Monday so it’s my first time to see this. And oh YES — I so agree. The moon is magnificent and ofen my muse….even if it’s but a sliver and always when it’s a “harvest moon.” Your imagery is beautiful….your sight is within your words.

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