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against the sky

Written for:  Carpe Diem Weekend Meditation #44 Troiku Challenge:  Against The Sky Last weekend I challenged you with a Troiku Challenge and I thought this weekend we will do that again, so I have another nice challenge for you to create a … Continue reading

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singing frog

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1449 – River Frog Kajika or “singing frog” is the Japanese singing frog, known for its “fififi” call, is brown or gray-black. Other frogs merely croak or call, but this frog sings. In Japan it was once … Continue reading

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A Frog

Written for:  Carpe Diem – Writing and Enjoying Haiku #6 – new ways “This week I love to challenge you to go, as we did last month (August), “outside the box” … don’t follow the rules of the haiku, but … Continue reading

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fragments and phrases

Written for:  Carpe Diem Universal Jane #17 fragment and phrase This episode I love to ask you all to create haiku (or tanka) in which you use the fragment and phrase theory as stated by Jane Reichhold, just to honor … Continue reading

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Creek

Written for:  Carpe Diem #1057, Creek summer creek the fish in me getting fish kisses summer-hot hills folding together dry creek beds without a boat crossing the creek pine shadow wind © Jane Reichhold the creek ripples water circles grow … Continue reading

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