Haiku Carpe Diem #106, Wolf Moon

Today’s Carpe Diem Prompt is Wolf Moon (the full moon of January).

Once again today, I offer three haiku on the prompt. The first continues on the mythology theme, but this time Roman not Greek. The second finds us in a Native American Indian village and the last…

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Janus’ light shines bright
Illuminating futures
Wolf howls at the Moon

~ | ~

Winter_Native_American_Indian_CampImage Credits

Tribe seeks warm shelter
When the packs run together
Under the Wolf Moon

~ | ~

See bad moon rising?
D’you see trouble on the way?
Stay at home and dance!


About jrbsays

Just a regular married father of three type of guy. Writer of Haiku, founder of www.DementiaJourneys.com and other bits and other bobs.
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11 Responses to Haiku Carpe Diem #106, Wolf Moon

  1. […] Tribe seeks warm shelter
    When the packs run together
    Under the Wolf Moon […]

    This one is for sure my favorite haiku on the theme for today. It’s a strong image you paint here and it’s also so true … Wolf Moon … the howling of wolves throughout the night … I too would seek shelter.


  2. kz says:

    i love that haiku ^^ i’m reading a romance novel with settlers and Indians and the desert and mountains.. (sorry for being such a girl)haha so I’m particularly loving that haiku ^^


  3. high five and raspberries says:

    really loved the second one..very visual


  4. WabiSabi says:

    Loved your use of the word pack in your second verse! The tribe being a pack also. Love those layers! And of course, let’s dance!!


  5. I laughed at your bad moon rising reference. But your second was clearly a gem


  6. Yes, the second one is my absolute favourite – everything I…”expect” from haiku is there. Very well crafted, jrb! 🙂


  7. Look for A Lovely Thing says:

    gorgeous, jrb!


  8. Vicki says:

    Nice visuals you’ve given with your words.


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