Moonflowers by ~TKethry
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I was inspired to work on a continuation poem over at the garden. Grace calls it our way to loosen up.
Everyone is to contribute a stanza in different forms. We are joining together, to make an enormous renga. The renga is a long Japanese poem, a series of very short verses in an alternating pattern, built by a group. There are links and references scattered within the greater poem, and each verse is related without being repetitive.
I added the 4th stanza two lines of 7 syllables.
I will post the whole poem, when it is done..
I have to hurry before someone else adds this stanza then I will have to write a haiku.
showgirls will perform a dance
inspir'd by moonlight's embrace
(I'm thinking Moonflowers here; I just bought some to plant they are the cousins to Morning Glories). Morning glories salute the sun; Moon flowers bloom for the moonlight.