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Foggy Forest

Written for: lifeafter50forwomen.com #74 Sadje’s “What Do You See?” Two sides abut a narrow path. Left side is sunny greenery, moss climbing sides of trees. If I veer off to the right where fog occludes the sun and texture of … Continue reading

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Uncertain Future

Written for: Poetic Bloomings2 Picture This – Ekphrastic Poetry 2 Fog pervades the skies as I balance on the edge of this old pier. Where is the sun that jewels mountains, sparkles water? Seems I have left the gleaming behind … Continue reading

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“smoky haze”

Written for:  The Twiglets #178 – “smoky haze” blue haze of smoke drifted in the air late night at jazz club What they thought was fog over the city turned out to be smoke from the wharf scent of mesquite … Continue reading

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Bridge Fog

Written for:  Sunday Muse #95 Bridge is deserted, befogged, the moon occluded. Will my flash be bright enough to capture the vision walking towards me? http://thesundaymuse.blogspot.com/

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“pale distance”

Written for:  The Twiglets #152 – “pale distance” In pale distance/outline of horse is befogged/in the early dawn. smoke pales in distance houses and mountains visible wild fires abate There was a young lady from Memphis whose voice, she thought, … Continue reading

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gold-filled meadow

Written for:  Carpe Diem Weekend Meditation #99 – Crossroads of Summer Welcome at a new episode of our weekend meditation feature. This weekend I love to challnege you to create a Troiku with a haiku distilled from two given haiku … Continue reading

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“the road vanished”

Written for:  The Twiglets #114 – “the road vanished” Mr. Andrews drove on a road quite familiar to him. On this night, he was filled with fright. The last part of the road had vanished from sight. He was alone. Intense darkness … Continue reading

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pinch of fog

Written for:  The Twiglets #113 – “a pinch of fog” Add a pinch of fog to his medicine; he will never notice what he is taking. In times of wishing to be alone, in a pinch, fog will occlude you. … Continue reading

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autumn evening

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1541 – Evening (modern kigo) Back to our Autumn month “the leaves are falling” … Today I have chosen two nice haiku by Jane Reichhold taken from her “A Dictionary of Haiku” section Autumn, subsection Celestial. … Continue reading

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“leafless tree”

Written for:  Carpe Diem’s Leafless Tree #3 Morikawa Kyoroku, one of Basho’s disciples This time I have chosen for one of Basho’s ten most important disciples, Morikawa Kyoroku (1656-1715). Here are a few haiku written by Kyoroku: ah! morning glories … Continue reading

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