Puzzled crow envies the puddled stillness of the moon tonight.
Even clouds flee the stale smell of worm castings after the storm.
Your screams were silenced in thunder; white mums will grace your tombstone.
Today’s offering is in the form of a Sijo, a three-line poem that is believed to have first appeared in fourteenth-century Korea.
Carrie is today’s host of The Sunday Muse.