#Haiku Happenings #1 (9/17/19): Jules’ latest #tankaprose for my current #haikai challenge! Missing the Moon (reverse haibun with tanka) the twelfth night there was a halo, the next was full of misty moist fog there’d be no re-gifting of Friday’s harvest moon this year Up north in rarefied […]
What life do you imagine you have lived? I pierced the soil and first touched the sun when your ancestors laid the foundations of their castles in your “old country.” I basked in the sun for hundreds of your years before the conquistadors first saw me. Fire, drought, […]
Originally posted on Blue Willow Haiku World (by Fay Aoyagi):
やまんばの採り損ねたる通草かも ふけ としこ yamanba no torisokonetaru akebi kamo did a mountain witch fail to collect them? ‘akebi’ fruits Toshiko Fuke from “Ganymede”, Vol. 62, December 1, 2014 issue, Dorinsha, Tokyo, Japan Fay’s Note: ‘akebi’ (vine creeper)…
Originally posted on Vento del giorno:
? Françoise de Felice un altro autunno quante cose ancora da raccontarti another autumn how many things still to tell you © A.M.
Originally posted on Whippet Wisdom – a Highland Journey:
harvest moonstill lingering herethis magic © Xenia Tran Wishing you all a very happy Monday and a wonderful new week, with love from Eivor, Pearl and Xenia xxx Photographs by Xenia Tran, edited in lr. Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ200,…