From tiny beginnings to oceans I discovered the world in words

17 days into November

sun shines
on the giver
and on the reciever
today I saw the joy this brings
love’s light
.
Elaine Patricia Morris (c) 2018
(cinquain)

Comments on: "17 days into November" (5)

  1. Sun reflecting on water ought to have more than just ‘glint’ for a name. Sunglade might be nice don’t you think?

    Now with the trees almost bare, I can see the light of the moon ripple in the little creek –
    I also see the back yard lights of my neighbors home that is now exposed.
    The Moon light reflection has a name; moonglade. I was trying to find information on the history of the word. But nothing decisive, other than it is of rare ‘poetic’ usage. I did find this:

    “Heaven was full of silent stars, and there was a moonglade on the water that stretched almost from him to Rose.” — Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Efficiency Expert, 1921

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