sketches from life & clips of dreams

Summer Evening

I don’t open anymore when memories knock on my window. I prefer to imagine that sometimes from a distance empty sky longs for the glow in my eye. Under the light of my table lamp I sketch pictures and write poems about summer nights bathed in the moonlight. Every evening, in the city park by the river, young couples walk hand in hand or hugged tight. Through the air I can hear gossips between the treetops.

all along the river
moon makes atmosphere
for the first kiss

***

Ne otvaram više kada sećanja zakucaju na moj prozor. Radije zamšljam da ponekad, iz daleka, prazno nebo čezne za sjajem iz mog oka. Pod svetlošću stone lampe crtam skice i pišem pesme o letnjim noćima okupanim mesečinom. Svake večeri, u gradskom parku pored reke, mladi parovi šetaju držeći se za ruke ili čvrsto zagrljeni. Kroz vazduh čujem kako krošnje tračare.

svuda duž reke
mesec pravi atmosferu
za prvi poljubac

Linked to Carpe Diem Special #129, Sogi’s 5th haiku

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Comments on: "Summer Evening" (13)

  1. This is truly exquisite.

    Like

  2. magicalmysticalteacher said:

    Trust the moon to provide the moment for seduction!

    Inspired by Sogi

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  3. Very romantic picture you paint with your haiku

    Like

  4. Ah … the moon
    flowing in the river
    spies sweet kisses

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  5. And where the river ends?

    Cherry Blossoms

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  6. moon light kiss
    canopy for young and old
    always a first

    I loved it!!!

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  7. Romancing the moon …. could have been part of our first CDHK anthology (in the left corner of your screen)

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