Just a regular married father of three type of guy. Writer of Haiku, founder of www.DementiaJourneys.com and other bits and other bobs.
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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Today Carpe Diem gives us another Tan Renga challenge using Bjorn Rudberg‘s Haiku after fireworks the silence is clearer darkness is deeper (Bjorn Rudberg) The challenge is to add to this 5-7-5 Haiku with two x 7 syllable lines to … Continue reading
Today’s Carpe Diem Haiku prompt is Semi (Cicada) Image by Brian Stansberry hanging from a tree echoes of a balmy night singing your skin off Magicicada 17 years underground your life’s so trilling cicadas your sound fills the air crunch, crunch, crunch … Continue reading
Carpe Diem gives us another festival as a haiku prompt today, this time it’s Nagoshi (half year’s end festival) Image Credits the year’s half ending dressed in your sunday best for purification ~ | ~ happiest person in the middle … Continue reading
Today’s Carpe Diem Haiku prompt is Gione (Gion Festival) which takes place in Kyoto through the month of July. Your can read about the customs of the festival that inspired this trio here. gione festival girls in summer kimonos young man cuts … Continue reading
Today’s Carpe Diem Haiku is Hanabi (Fireworks) Image by Courtney Carmody that first kiss from deep inside – fireworks Smiles, love and laughter © John Belchamber 2013 If you like these Haiku, visit JRB’s Haiku Gifts
Smiles, love and laughter © John Belchamber 2013 If you like these Haiku, visit JRB’s Haiku Gifts
Today’s Carpe Diem Haiku prompt is Aota (Green paddy). Original Image By Sean McGrath tending to his rice the farmer’s belly rumbles sushi and saki Smiles, love and laughter © John Belchamber 2013 If you like these Haiku, visit JRB’s Haiku Gifts
In Carpe Diem’s Tan Renga Challenge #3 we are given the Haiku “the rainy season” and must add two 7 syllable lines: the rainy season a paper lantern in hand I walk along the verandah frogs telegraph my progress silent … Continue reading
Carpe Diem‘s Haiku prompt for this post is “the cool of the wind” by Kikusha-Ni, the idea to write in a similar spirit, tone and style to this master’s work. there is nothing like the cool of the wind in this … Continue reading