Harvest Moon in Cobalt Sky #Haiku

Slowly, Silently,

Moon glides across cobalt sky,

Bursting with my dreams.


You all know how I love the moon because it energises and inspires me. In fact, my most popular all-time post is The Moon in Jane Eyre, and I have many poems inspired by this extraordinary planet. Check out yesterday’s blogpost if you missed it all about Full Moon Rituals and goal setting.

This is my view right now from my study. I’m literally blown away, writing poems, jotting ideas, preparing affirmations and setting goals for the month ahead. (I’ll be posting tomorrow morning)

How does the full moon make you feel?

Please add any moon related posts in the comments, I’d love to check them out!

Published by LucciaGray

Writer, blogger, teacher, reader and lover of words wherever they are. Author of The Eyre Hall Trilogy, the breathtaking sequel to Jane Eyre. Luccia lives in sunny Spain, but her heart's in Victorian London.

11 thoughts on “Harvest Moon in Cobalt Sky #Haiku

    1. I like the sunrise, too, but sometimes the sky is too bright, so I prefer sunsets, they’re more mellow. And the moon is like a magnet, I could look at it for hours. I agree that we’re so lucky to have our daily muse.😍


  1. Lovely poem! I was born on a full moon evening, I like to say I’m a full moon baby! I couldn’t see her today, it’s cloudy here, but I can feel all the energy. My mood really changes during the full moon.

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  2. Hi Luccia – I love looking at the moon. My favorite time to see it is in the early early morning, because it’s low in the sky out our back windows. When I’m the only one up and I look out, I feel like it’s there just for me!

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