rising on her neck
a mosquito bite
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Great haiku Graham and I learnt something new http://www.space.com/13874-total-lunar-eclipse-dec-10-preview.html
with that awesome pic, I anticipated reading “love” instead of “mosquito”.
Something almost vampiric about that image. As always effective Haiku!
smiles..i agree with tash..something a bit vampiric about the image..though i like seeing the red moon in the mosquito bite..you must be a poet..smiles
Oh…they do feel that large at times…a very clever write.
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