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Tag: Haiku

  • smoldering ~ haiku

    smoldering yearninglike hot summer mist rises~ drenching thin clothes *** For Colleen Cheesebro’s Tanka Tuesday ~ Photo Challenge by Terri Webster Schrandt; kigo words ~ smoldering, thin clothes; Mindfills © 2023  

  • bubbling ~ haiku

    bubbling brook breaks icesun hovers on cold surfaceto watch Spring wake up *** To which my friend @ Murisopsis wrote…. Buried under snowFrozen hopes and stilled complaintsSpring sends taproot down Murisopsis © *** stirring earth’s soft heartpeep of dawn awakens dreamsonly spring can hear Mindfills © 2023  

  • wandering ~ haiku

    wandering in dreamsidyllic horizons temptreason’s worldly strength Ronovan Writes haiku ~ strength and tempt; Moonwashed Musings ~ idyllic

  • Spring ~ a haiku

    Spring enchanting treesto sprout pink buds and tendrils~ earth opens green door Ronovan Writes haiku ~ open & door

  • new moon ~ a haiku

    new moon keeps secrets~ swelling with stealthy suspensestars switch off dark mode Mindfills for Colleen Cheesebro’s Tanka Tuesday ~ synonym challenge – change & grow (switch and swell)

  • first ~ a haiku

    first dream unfurlsflower tastes morning dewdrops~ petal by petal Mindfills for Cee’s FOTD ~ Dahlia; kigo ~ first dream (hatsuyume, New Year Reblogged on by Jaye Marie and Anita Dawes

  • last ~ a haiku

    last starry snowflakepirouettes fast, takes a bow~ winter’s curtain call Ronovan Writes haiku ~ fast and last

  • rain ~ a haiku

    rain beats on watermuffling turbulence insidetill rainbows paint sky

  • dark vines ~ a tanka

    dark vines on light snowas tyres follow Google maps~ concrete jungle trailwind whistling to radioall the way to winter’s end Mindfills for Skeptic’s Kaddish W3 ~ this week’s challenge by winner Jaideep – must include concrete jungle , poetic form : tanka, must use personification; kigo~  light snow (awayuki, all spring)

  • light snow ~ haiku

    light snow melting fastred plum blossoms come to playby the bubbling creek Ronovan Writes haiku ~ bubbling and creek; kigo~ light snow (awayuki, all spring); red plum (blossoms*) (kobai, early spring); Cee’s FOTD

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