Smorgasbord Poetry – Colleen Chesebro’s Tuesday Weekly Challenge – Poet’s Choice – #TankaProse – The Hunter’s Moon by Sally Cronin

This week on Colleen Chesebro’s Tuesday Weekly Poetry Challenge it is Poet’s Choice I have created a Tanka Prose…

Tanka Prose – Hunter’s Moon

The change in season has mind and body confused. One craves the sunlight slipping away. The other desires warming stews and comforting puddings. The birds forage in daylight storing fat for the long journey to the southlands. We must remain to make the most of the encroaching darkness.

Moon of many names
urges the birds to migrate
following the path
genetically embedded
southward to long sunlit days.

© Sally Cronin 2021

There is still time to participate in this week’s challenge: Tanka Tuesday Weekly Poetry Challenge: #Poet’s choice

My latest book is a collection of poetry and was published in July 2021 and here is a recent review.

One of the recent reviews for the collection

Sep 21, 2021 Sandra Cox rated it five stars it was amazing

You can find all my books and buy links: Sally’s Books and Reviews 2021

 

Thanks for dropping by and I hope you have enjoyed the poem.. thanks Sally.

 

 

 

38 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Poetry – Colleen Chesebro’s Tuesday Weekly Challenge – Poet’s Choice – #TankaProse – The Hunter’s Moon by Sally Cronin

  1. Excellent tanka prose, Sally. I like that you talked about how the change in the seasons is affected by the moon. The birds in Michigan are trying to figure out what to do. We’re unseasonably warm and the birds haven’t started their migration yet. ❤

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