Bzzzzz #haiku

a mark on the world flower offers a yellow kiss spring’s exclamation Here’s one for the bees (who people so often run away from). These little creatures diligently keep our world alive. Our host at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai has once again offered a wonderful prompt.

Winter’s Rest #haiku #art #photography

abandoned house the garden taken over – butterfly home © Iio Sogi (Tr. Chèvrefeuille) feverish color Butterfly shares refreshment warm hand I’m challenged to provide a juxtaposition in the text which I am not sure I have done, but I tried to create a symbiosis in the verse and art. This wonderful Carpe Diem HaikuContinue reading “Winter’s Rest #haiku #art #photography”

Rice Cakes #haiku #Newyear

Kagamimochi is a special traditional Japanese decoration for the New Year, usually displayed inside the house in the kamidana, for Toshigami, the god of the new year, to bring good luck and prosperity in the new year. Kagamimochi is made from two rice cakes (mochi) of different sizes, the smaller placed over the larger one,Continue reading “Rice Cakes #haiku #Newyear”

Spring’s Shadow #haiku

nukarumi ni tsue tsuppatte hatsuhi kana planting my (walking) stick in the mud: the rise of the first sun © Issa rabbit eats grass her form in the cold forest spring’s shadow waves I saw leaves and twigs wave in the wind today that reminded me of the rabbit as she munches in the spring.Continue reading “Spring’s Shadow #haiku”

The Journey’s Beginning #kikobun #haiku #Newyear

Here is what Professor Peipei Qiu, The Author of Bashô and the Dao says about kikôbun, a similar style of writing to haibun: ‛The Japanese literary travel journal (kikôbun) has been closely related to poetry. It characteristically weaves poems and the introductory narratives in a sequential order. The travel journals that existed before Bashô wereContinue reading “The Journey’s Beginning #kikobun #haiku #Newyear”

Departing the Year #haiku #photography

Today our prompt at Carpe Diem is departing year, and it is extracted from Jane Reichhold’s “A Dictionary of Haiku” … it’s a nice prompt I think and it fits (of course) the time of year … Here is Jane’s example of this prompt: slow rains as if leaves were falling at winter’s end ©Continue reading “Departing the Year #haiku #photography”

Look Up #haiku #aviation

keep straight down this block, then turn right where you will find a peach tree blooming © Richard Wright bumping into you constantly looking up so much to see I love the realistic haiku of Richard Wright- he gives haiku a new voice! Please enjoy other haiku in the same stream over at Carpe DiemContinue reading “Look Up #haiku #aviation”

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