for Twiglets #224

a scene from Stratford-Upon-Avon 


This house.
It’s still. Quiet here.

Sleep fills heads with
the best parts of dreams.

It makes up for the lack
of rainbows at night.

Moonlit rainbows –

would that be such
a sacrifice for the sun?

for Twiglets #224 “Rising Moon” – image is from Stratford-Upon-Avon, poem shared with @Experimentsinfc #APoemADay on Twitter   © Misky 2021

5 responses to “for Twiglets #224”

  1. Hi, there are some waterfalls in Africa that produce rainbows with the moonlight


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    1. Are there! How marvellous is that!


  2. Wowza! marvelous work. How did I just discover the Twiglets Site? I’m Following now; will definitely be twiggin along…

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  3. Sometimes there are rainbow rings around the moon – Folklore: “A ring around the sun or moon means rain or snow is coming soon.” … The ring, or a lunar halo, is caused by the refraction and reflection of light from ice crystals that are suspended in thin, wispy, cirrus or cirrostratus clouds that are at high altitudes…

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