TJ’s Household Haiku Challenge – Weeds

These nasturtium leaves caught the sunlight just after a shower filling them with cabochon gems.
These nasturtium leaves caught the sunlight just after a shower filling them with cabochon gems.

Raindrops fell on weeds

Transforming unwanted leaves

Into gem caskets

This was a nasturtium that sprang up in a crack in the driveway. I actually love nasturtiums but they do grow like weeds once they are in the garden. This day the rain had just scattered a few drops and the sunlight caught them and the star veins in the leaf itself.

last week’s prompt “Lamp” produced some great contributions.

A wistful haiku by the soft lantern glow from Kate Martyn here…

LadyLeeManila has perfected the Haiku art with this great haiku which I really enjoyed…

An Internation Haikuist of Myster, Tucked into a corner has done it again, with three wonderful reflections on “lamp”…

Al the Author has revealed some of his phobias as well as his talent in these 3 great haiku.

Skyllairae has finished with a lovely haiku and image inspired by “Homecoming”. Check it out here…

If you would like to participate in TJ’s Household Haiku challenge then you can use any aspect of the household item for an inspiration. Please use this or your own “weeds” photo. “weeds” could be in your garden or a metaphor for unwanted things in your life or home…be creative!

If you are participating please write your post on your own blog (we love to see your own photos too!) and add your contribution as a link to your post in the comment section here and add “TJ’s Household Haiku Challenge” to your tag list on your own post so others can find you! Just click on the speech bubble at the end of this post to access comments.

Hope to see your posts soon!

If you would like more information about the challenge then you can view the instructions page HERE


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