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First Light 01/13/16


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~Izzy

Threshold

light’s slow dispersion 

the sun crosses the threshold

a naked tree warms

~

© Carol Campbell 2016

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“First light … can be pointing to the departing of winter and the start of spring, but it also can point to the beauty of the first light on a cold winter morning … Or, not especially for winter, the first light that children see as they are born … looks more like spring, new start, new beginnings and so on, but … it can be used also in that way. 43 more words

Cows on a Foggy Morning

I am reposting this haiku, posted last November,  as a response to Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem #894 First Light

Cows stand as frozen

Breath taken by the splendour

Of sun-shattered fog

Blogging

first light

frost on the window
first light slants through the glass
diamonds gleam


Carpe Diem # 894 – First Light
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Carpe Diem #894 First Light

winter’s deepest night
first light glints off crystalline
hanging amulets

I’m linking this to Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem # 894 where we’re asked to write on the kigo of winter’s “first light”:  … 7 more words

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