Every day, a photograph, a poem. Today, as I continue to write in my novel, I needed a song for the moon and the light. I found this delightful photo from February, 2017, when I had to stop and pull off the road on Highway 174 to capture the fog and mist rolling over the cliffs below a winter sun. It’s a magical view and perfect for the themes in my NaNoWriMo — So Says the Moonstream— where shadows are seeping in to shut out the light.
When the shadow slipsSheri Edwards
slowly as mist on the cliffs
See through to the moon
and the sun’s shining tune
as light sings in your heart
bringing hope that’s a start
a hope guiding the way
to bring bright to the day
NaNoWriMo [National Novel Writing Month] –write at least 1667 words a day to reach 50,000 total words by November 30th — fifty thousand words of a novel.
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