The Moon Through Branches Collab #4 Breakers At Midnight

 

  He cries to a pale cerulean moon; brightness is
keeping an eye forever frightful
On the trees we’re aware that
branches sway to something likely
A subtle rhythm may exist out there

Process notes: This is a cleave poem, it can be read three ways. I wrote this in response to Elizabeth Crawford and Jinksy’s “Tuesday Collaborative Image” prompt.
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2 responses to “The Moon Through Branches Collab #4 Breakers At Midnight

  1. It is very very clever to write a successful cleave poem as you have done here. I love the idea of the blue moon!

  2. The cleave is tricky to work with, but I love it when it comes together. Thanks, Viv.

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