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Haiku – Scrypic

  hidden behind her shades blackberry moon   I pick up my lost remains crab nebula   quarter moon I pick up my pieces   family home bruised apples in the cider   trembling leaf the sound of her name … Continue reading

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Tanka

  ghost orchid wandering phantom in moonlight your eerie glow draws me deeper into the woods   © Martha Magenta (after “The Ghost and the Giant” (2013) by Deborah LaFogg-Docherty) The British Haiku Society Members’ Anthology 2017, Ekphrasis ISBN 978-1-906333-08-9

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Dark Embrace

  In the stillness of the night, A silver moon shines big and bright. I take a walk by the darkening sea, The solitude envelopes me.   And as the twilight slowly fades, In dreamy watercolor shades, Musical notes float … Continue reading

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