Haiku: Walking on the Moon

“When I admire the wonders of a sunset or the beauty of the moon, my soul expands in the worship of the creator.” Mahatma Gandhi

Haiku: Walking on the Supermoon

Haiku: Walking on the Supermoon

Walking on the moon

I stop to gaze at  my past

All seemed lost so fast.

“Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.” Buddha

What giant step did you take where you hoped your leg wouldn’t break? Was it worth it, were you successful in walking on the moon, or did your leg break? Photographers, artists, poets: show us RISK.

Positive Motivation Tip: The moon can be a cover for good and evil. All actions have consequences … Be mindful

PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos  via Wikipedia or my collection

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet

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32 responses to “Haiku: Walking on the Moon

  1. Beautiful! This reminds me of the tranquility when I was visiting Hawaii! Thanks for the motivational tip!

  2. If everyone watched their vices, the world would be a much better place to live. I love gazing at the moon, especially in the fall when there is a harvest moon.

  3. This reminds me of all the nights on cape cod when I would walk the beach alone or with my husband. It was so peaceful!

  4. amanda ripsam (@AmandaRipsam)

    i took a photo of the super moon and fried my mother board in my camera.
    I like your writing.

  5. Hello Eliz,
    I’m a fellow haiku writer and fan. I recently published my first collection of haiku and am interested in sharing about the experience, my book, and haiku in general. I’m looking for fellow bloggers, like yourself, who may be interested in interviewing me on your blog. This would be an opportunity for us to gain exposure to each other’s readers. Please let me know if you’re interested. And keep up the great writing!

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  7. What a lovely view this brings to the mind there is something beautiful about the moon.

  8. Beautiful picture. Definitely a great source of inspiration for us all.

  9. Oh mother moon, the light in the darkness. I love the little haiku. Reminded me of how I just love pushing the envelope with my writing.

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  12. “always saying, “I can’t”…Hate that!…at least try…then you have the “right” to say you can’t!

  13. Beautiful! Wonderful thought, thank you!

  14. Great inspiration, beautiful too. Thanks for sharing your haiku with us all

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  18. What an interesting post. The moon really is a wonderful object. It inspires so many thoughts about it and life

  19. I love that pic i also love sitting looking at the moon such a beautiful sight.

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  21. Wise quote and beautiful photo with it :) thank you for following my blog :)

  22. This is beautiful! Looking at the moon is something I definitely love doing. I could get lost in it!

  23. Nice haiku I posted a couple today as well. I like this one.

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  25. Watching Madame Moon is a good way to slow down and take it easy.

  26. love your poem Eliz…and it is a beautiful image as well

  27. So very true for us. Love the moon photo!

  28. I quite like this haiku. It is definitely thought provoking!

  29. omgitschelsea

    I quite like this haiku. It is definitely thought provoking!

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