Thank you, Poets, for your participation in last week’s #Haikai Challenge 4: Darkness:
Jilly- What Dark May Come
Charley- Troiku – Fish Crow
Vivian- Cloak of Darkness
qbit- Three Haiku – Darkness
revivedwriter- You Make the Darkness Light
And now, the moment you all have been waiting for–this week’s #Haikai Challenge!
It’s the last weekend in October. We all know what that means–Halloween comes! This week’s highly unorthodox kigo (seasonal word/image) is Halloween. Reference it, say it, allude to it, but use it in a haiku, senryu, haibun, tanka, kyoka, or renga of your own! And have fun!
Here’s how the challenge works:
1. Write a haikai poem (haiku, Tanka, senryu, haibun, or related form)
2. Ping-back to the Challenge by placing a link to it in your post.
3. Comment with a link to your post.
Good haunting–uh, I mean, hunting. 🙂