78 thoughts on “Wink

    • Thanks, Michele. It’s so fortunate that the moon, sunrises and sunsets never grow old, because they Happen. Unfortunately, we grow old.

  1. Beautiful photos and verse, Tim. I’ve seen a bit of the moon on the last part of this cycle. Clouds this morning though. Probably will not see her tomorrow morning either.

  2. That first photo… I love it! You amaze me with your night sky pictures. Actually you amaze me with all your photos!
    Thank you for sharing them with us!

    • You are welcome, Nancy. Thank you for the compliment. You need to realize that you are an amazing photographer, also. It’s wonderful we can be amazed and enjoy each others photographs.

    • As I commented to Michele, it’s a good thing we never get bored with the moon as it happens all the time. Thanks, Ebar.

  3. Oh my oh my…. the Moon is smiling!!!!! …saying ‘cheese’ for the photographer!
    What a joy it is seeing this this morning!
    Thank you, my friend. I love the haiku and I love your exceptional images!

  4. “…and if the cloud bursts, thunder in your ear
    You shout and no one seems to hear.
    And if the band you’re in starts playing different tunes
    I’ll see you on the dark side of the moon”

  5. That is such a wonderful duo of haiku to go with those wonderful images. Truly. Such an artist of the photo and word, you are!

  6. I still can’t believe that you can take pictures of the moon like this. Every time I see one of the photos I have to pinch myself. What lovely prose and amazing photographs. Thanks Tim, Hugs to you two. Joni

    • Thanks, KT. I thought about Tanka, but I think I have to think to much. You are right I should give it a try.

  7. “Stuck in Haiku’s grasp
    Attempted a normal verse
    Equaled seventeen”

    I love this… This is why I stopped trying to make my poetry fit into a specific type and just did my poetic flow 🖤
    This was beautiful.

    • I often let it flow. Especially with lyrics. But the style of Haiku is short and to the point. It’s nice when I want a few words with a photo. Makes life a little more interesting and challenging. Thanks, Kristi. I’m happy you survived to let your poetry flow.

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