autumn moon (bundled in hope and fear)

The shadows follow my intersections with the moonlight as I move the ground with my feet.  I am not thinking of who I am or where I might be going.

Cocooned in myself I walk alone, yet I remain threaded to the aliveness of what passes me by.  I cross paths and spiral through scattered clouds, patterned in parallel with the shining dark sky.

who
enters this
circle of night?

 

More moon meditations for Frank Tassone’s haibun prompt at dVerse.

19 thoughts on “autumn moon (bundled in hope and fear)

  1. This is very evocative with so much essence of mystery. This line made me think of a nice, cold midnight walk:

    “The shadows follow my intersections with the moonlight as I move the ground with my feet.”

    Brings back good memories. Amazing writing, as always.

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