Carpe Diem Haiku: Oborozuki (hazy moon)

English: Moon

English: Moon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Pesach’s Full Moon

clouded by sorrow
cognizant of future fate
tonight’s feast prepared

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Carpe Diem’s haiku challenges us this month to explore classical Japanese kigo (seasonwords).
March 27′s prompt celebrates the beginning of Spring with: Oborozuki (hazy moon).

Mine is written today in honor of The Last Supper, as my faith is in the midst of our Holy Week, heading toward our Easter celebration.

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9 thoughts on “Carpe Diem Haiku: Oborozuki (hazy moon)

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