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Haiku challenge: Car & Coast

Sorry, Ronovan, but I can’t do ‘car’. Cars just don’t seem to suit my idea of haiku at all. So I’ve taken a few liberties this week, bent the definitions a bit. 50 more words

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Feliz 2017 - Happy New Year!

Midnight – New Year’s Day:
exploding fiery globes
in all directions.

Three-sixty degrees:
everywhere we look we see
scintillating light.

Six cruise ships counted
in Funchal harbour: each one…

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Haiku challenge: Hunter & Moon

For Ronovan’s haiku challenge

Red-brushed hunter slinks,

moonlight gleams in a bright eye—

blackbird never sleeps.

The moon’s a huntress,

she seeks out sleepless lovers, 20 more words

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Haiku challenge: Rush & Lark

My kind of word choice this week for Ronovan’s haiku challenge

River meanders

music among the rushes

from lark ascending.

 

Autumn wind rushes

bowling clouds across the sky… 20 more words

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Haiku sequence: Light to darkness

Inspiration from twitter again. I think the Munch painting is still on my mind.

Light as swan feathers

bluer than a robin’s egg

the touch of your gaze. 75 more words

Poetry

Barnegat Bay: A Haiku Sequence

a defunct lighthouse

stares longingly

at the horizon

saving

seashells from

the tide

where the ocean

kisses the bay

the wind!

where

did this oyster… 12 more words

Quinn

Haiku sequence: Pearls

In the deep water,

pale reflection of the moon,

or a single pearl?

 

Fingers dipped, shatter,

the silver moon runs away,

a tide of ripples. 39 more words

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