on cold December nights
when we’re in need of moon magic—
When I was at my mom’s on Thursday night, I looked up to see the bright full moon shining in her window. (She lives on the 17th floor, and it was rising over the city.) I couldn’t get a shot, but it was magical.
This is a crapsey cinquain for Colleen’s Weekly Tanka Tuesday challenge. We were to use synonyms for give and shake.
I bet it was magical, Merril. I saw it too, it was a gift. Enjoy your Saturday!
Thank you, Jill. You, too!
Sometimes the most magical moments are simply captured by our minds and remembered in our memories, we can’t capture those moments with our cameras…
True. Thank you.
Perfect tribute for the recent full moon.
I’d love to get a glance at that beautiful moon from that high Merril. Lucky girl ‘ beautiful cinquain! 🌕.
Thank you very much, dear Holly. It was very special.
I’m sure, that’s pretty high up and the moon has been so gorgeous lately!
When the world gets to be “too much,” I walk out (night or early morning) and gaze at the moon. It’s a fix I can’t do without. Thanks for this lovely cinquain!
Thank you very much, Marian. Yes, I understand that.
I hope she worked for you 🙂
She did. It was a VERY long day at my mom’s. 🙂
I’ll put up my post from the Oracle tomorrow and read yours then. 🙂
Hope you get a bit of rest this weekend.
Thank you! Not sure much rest, but fun things to do. 🙂
That’s the main thing. You can rest when there’s nothing worth doing 🙂
we are all under the same moon. full moons wonderful to behold.
Thank you, and yes!
It was a gift…a clear night amongst the rain. (K)
Yes, indeed. And then last night cleared, too, as we got off the train into Philadelphia!
This is beautiful, Merril. I I can just imagine how beautiful a view it was from so high up:)
Thank you so much! It really was–and it was maybe more so because it was unexpected.
That might very well be:) A gift just the same:)
This makes me sigh in pleasure and say ahhhhh… just perfect.
What a lovely comment, Claudia! Thank you so much!
A lovely poem to accompany this magical photograph
Thank you, Derrick.
It’s actually a painting by Guillermo Gomez Gil.