The Haiku Lunarium

 

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Our moon obsession is ageless. The most cliched of all muses. A beginner’s toy. An old person’s fragile devyce (pun intended). Yet, the moon never fails to entertain us. Especially in haiku, ‘moon’ has a universal presence. Check the below list of great adjectives that dough and plough moon  in newer ways.  And if you think you are done with these loony-moony adjectives, move on !

A
Auspicious moon
Autumn moon
Ancient moon
Antique moon
B
Barley moon
Beaver moon
Blood moon
Buck moon
C
Chaste moon
Cold moon
Corn moon
Crow moon
Cedar moon
D
Dog moon
E
Egg moon
F
Fish moon
Flower moon
Frost moon
Full moon
G
Gamboge moon
Gold moon
Grain moon
H
Hare moon
Harvest moon
Hay moon
Honey moon
Hunger moon
Hunter’s moon
I
Ice moon
J
Jackfruit moon
L
Lenten moon
Lavender moon
M
Mead moon
Milk moon
N
New moon
O
Oak moon
Old moon
P
Pink moon
Q
Quiet moon
R
Red moon
Rose moon
S
Sap moon
Seed moon
Sickle moon
Snow moon
Solstice moon
Spring moon
Storm moon
Strawberry moon
Sturgeon moon
Sugar moon
Summer moon
Sailor moon
T
Thirst moon
Thunder moon
Turtle moon
V
velvet moon
W
Waking moon
White moon
Winter moon
Wolf moon
Wolf moon
Worm moon
Wyrt moon
Y
Young moon
Yellow moon

 

You have some more? Know some moon qualifying- hyperbolic adjectives startling with ‘K’, ‘X’, ‘Z’ ? Add on.

Disclaimer: This post is an information only post for poets. Citations are sourced from various internet blogs, poetry journals and worldwideweb. No offence intended. 

 

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