Evening Sky

Tried to do a night Sky shot, harder than anti...Sailing the night sky
Oceans of luminescence
Drown twinkling stars

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Inspired by the prompt at Carpe Diem, this is my take on Alexander Andreyev’s “Evening Sky”.

Alexander’s original:

evening sky —
over the city lights
stars hardly seen
(c) Alexey Andreyev

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About ewdupler

Gene is an avid outdoorsman, loves reading and is known to put pen to paper (well, he types) as an amateur poet.
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8 Responses to Evening Sky

  1. Indeed.. I have not seen the stars properly in many years.. and I only live close to a city.

  2. Beautifully composed haiku Gene … I am living in a city with a lot of lights, but just … say 10 minutes walking … I am surrounded with complete darkness and can see all those wonderful stars and constellations.

  3. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    To think that the stars could be drowned…either a chilling or an inspiring thought (depending upon one’s mood, I suppose).

    Punishing the Night

  4. J. Milburn says:

    Love the metaphor and especially “oceans of luminescence”. Superb haiku!

  5. WabiSabi says:

    Yes, so true, the artificial light does drown the twinkling stars…sadly. So nice to see you again!

  6. You captured Andreyev’s mood, and heightened my own. 😃

  7. artmusedog says:

    City tend to drown out lots of the senses and nature ~ lovely haiku with provocative message ~ Happy New Year ~ xxx

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