Luna On The Street – Haibun by Paul Vincent Cannon

At dVerse Frank is hosting Haibun, with an invitation to write inspired by the (northern) flower moon.

dVerse Poets – Haibun – Flower Moon

Photo: thelensflare.com

Luna On the Street

Luna dropped her keys and bent to pick them up, and something unlocked in the very core of me. I pocketed my hands just in case they reached for the moon, which was no half moon, a fulsome globe that lit the scene and moved a tide within me that took me to places forgotten. I gasped.

She turned, intuitively , smiling a knowing smile, as if she knew my secret thoughts, dispelling all my shadows. she moved with sighing hips, more Friday night than Monday morning. Each step a fertility dance, a cycle blossoming before me. I was transfixed. And then, just as suddenly, she was gone.

Moon cycles dark nights
enticing the blushing stars
my bouquet blossoms


Copyright 2021 ยฉPaul Vincent Cannon
All Rights Reserved ยฎ

23 Comments

Filed under Haibun, Haiku, moon, passion, Uncategorized

23 responses to “Luna On The Street – Haibun by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. ๐Ÿต๏ธ๐ŸŒน๐Ÿต๏ธ
    ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒธ

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  2. I guess Luna can really shake her booty.

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  3. I like the personification of Luna here, and that lush final haiku is perfect!

    Like

  4. Paul, you’ve got me sighing now! I remember a scene in Wild at Heart, probably my favorite Lynch movies:

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  5. Oh, that magic moon . . .

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  6. So beautiful Paulโฃ๏ธ

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  7. An evocative, and erotic, extended personification of the moon as I’ve ever seen! Bravo!

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  8. lync56

    Great twist – very clever poem and full of passion

    >

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