Daily Archives: October 29, 2018

blending

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1528 – Shasei “The word “shasei” has not yet been invented at the time of Basho, but the idea was there according to what Basho tells his disciples:” […] Matsuo Basho advises his disciples: “Learn from the … Continue reading

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Between

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub:  Haibun Monday – “Transitions”  (guest host:  Merrill) “For this Haibun Monday, I want you to write about change, but specifically, I’d like you to write about a transitional time in your life. It could be … Continue reading

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Carnivore Castle

Written for:  The Sunday Muse #27 They grow giant dandelions that grab you ’round the ankles, should you have the courage to venture that far. Steps slide as you face the door; braying of a banshee, if you ring the … Continue reading

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Gold Rising

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #219 – “The Rise (and fall) of Poetry.” Let’s write a “RISE” poem. Be it getting up in the morning,or going up or expanding like bread dough, tell us of your rise in poetry. … Continue reading

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One Halloween

Written for:  The Sunday Whirl, Wordle  #375 Words:  eggs, sing, corn, breeze, movies, misty, child, find, spray, attentive, drive, runny Indian corn centers the crimson front door. Autumn breeze sways husks on bottom. Mild mist sprays sidewalks, pasting leaves into … Continue reading

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rustling

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1527 Rustling Leaves (extreme haibun) This episode I have titled “Rustling Leaves” and rustling we can use for spring and for autumn, so the whole world can easily sense the meaning of this theme. I love to … Continue reading

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