Hiku For Carpe Diem Special #49, Jane Reichhold’s “Winter Solstice”

Carpe Diem has today provided two of Jane Reichold’s haiku as prompts.

winter solstice
warmth of friends
return the sun
© Jane Reichhold

deep snow
the horse walks the paths
of summer
© Jane Reichhold

The aim of the special is to write haiku in same sense, tone and Spirit as Jane Reichhold’s.

longest night
friends around the hearth
warming hearts

across windswept beach
sand crabs scurrying where once
summer’s lobsters lay

Smiles, love and laughter

© John Belchamber 2013

If you like these Haiku, visit JRB’s Haiku Gifts

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About jrbsays

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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11 Responses to Hiku For Carpe Diem Special #49, Jane Reichhold’s “Winter Solstice”

  1. I really like your “beachy” haiku! 😉

  2. tigerbrite says:

    Love warming hearts.

  3. JazzBumpa says:

    i like them both
    but the 2nd is really special

    i keep forgetting it’s winter for you now

    Cheers!
    JzB

  4. These haikus beautiful and so well thought of. 🙂

    Excellent!

    Say, if you get a chance check out my new poem. 🙂

  5. flatfroghaiku says:

    I like the first one there, JR. The mixing up of hearth and heart works nicely.

  6. howanxious says:

    loved them.. made me smile.. 🙂

  7. Maggie Grace says:

    Both very nice but the first feels all warm and cozy.

  8. WabiSabi says:

    Bravo to both!! You captured the spirit of both of JR’s haiku! Well done!

  9. There’s nothing quite like a friend on a long night…

  10. Ese' s Voice says:

    You’ve definitely kept the spirit of J.Reichhold’s haiku in yours, JRB. The first one really is is a heartfelt beauty 🙂

  11. siggiofmaine says:

    I love #2…but #1 does capture the gathering around the hearth when coming inside on a frosty night…brings to mind the smell of drying wool mittens an scarves … their own aroma of warmth.
    Peace
    Sii

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