Soliloquy no Renga “autumn night”

Carpe Diem Tokubetsudesu #78 Soliloquy no Renga “sutumn night” by Santoka Taneda

Aki noyo ya inu kara morattari neko ni ataetari

Autumn night–
I received it from the dog
And gave it to the cat.

© Santoka Taneda

here is my   Soliloquy no Renga  inspired by the above haiku :

the big moon
now above the dry branches
an autumn  blossom

near the lake
chirps of cicadas

from the far west
smell of burning pine logs
salty eyes

small ripples in the lake
teardrops in the clear water

the moon dances
along with the dry branches
a melancholic note

the tune  from her bamboo flute
when the moon is a blossom .

image

photo (web )

for,
chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.in/2016/05/carpe-diem-tokubetsudesu-78-soliloquy.html

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