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: November 2013
Today, Imaginator’s haiku ”with light in your eyes” is given as the Carpe Diem TanTrenga challenge. Our aim is to add 2 x 7 syllable lines to the haiku to form the Tan Renga. With light in your eyes You embrace me … Continue reading
The Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge today is Kaykuala’s ”rustling leaves dancing”. Our challenge to add 2 x 7 syllable lines to Kaykuala’s haiku… I tried to conjure two sweet lines, but all I could think of was Candi… Rustling leaves … Continue reading
Today’s Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge is Opie Houston’s ”O sweet October”. The challenge is to add 2 x 7 syllable lines to Opie’s haiku… Image by Dominic Rivard oh, sweet october… spare thy frost on yonder grapes our sweet summer … Continue reading
A haiku for twitter’s #haikuchallenge with the prompt word ‘knock’ that must appear in the haiku… Knock knock. Who’s there? Tis me, the haiku master Basho at your door Smiles, love and laughter © John Belchamber 2013
Our Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge today is Sun’s ”gathering seashells”. The goal is to add 2 x 7 syllable lines to Sun’s haiku… Artist: Eugene de Blaas gathering seashells while ocean tide rise and falls two sisters bicker finders … Continue reading
Smiles, love and laughter © John Belchamber 2013
Today’s Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge is Off The Tippet’s ”echoes of the past”. Our goal to add 2×7 syllable lines to their wonderful haiku… Image by N Tamura echoes of the past resound into the present a dream of … Continue reading
Carpe Diem’s Tan Renga Challenge today is The Inner Zone’s haiku “sheets of waves cover”. Our goal to add 2 x 7 syllable lines for the haiku… Image by Rona Proudfoot sheets of waves cover asleep sea, lighthouse rotates sparkling … Continue reading
Cathy Tenzo’s “the Buddha Himself” is the haiku given for the Carpe Diem Tan Renga challenge today… the Buddha himself did not start enlightened he walked the path travelling the middle way becomes one with bodhi tree Smiles, love and … Continue reading
The goal of the Tanka Shrine is to write a new Tanka inspired on the one Carpe Diem give us . For this episode it is a Tanka by Ishikawa Takuboku… On the white sand Of the beach of a … Continue reading