There in a dewdrop
a thousand stars reflecting
the Creator’s art
Firstly I would like to say a big thank you to all of you who have participated in the challenge this year and wish you every happiness of the season as well as a wonderful new year!
Now I know that stars are not in the house literally but it is quite likely that you have something with a star on it or shaped like a star. It could be a cookie cutter or a print on a curtain, a light shade or even on the top of a tree. Be creative with your star shape!
Feel free to join in any time. Simply write a post on your own blog with your haiku inspired by the prompt and add a link in the comment section below (click on the black speech bubble to open comments).We love to see new entries!
If you would like to know more about the challenge or would like to read the haiku from past challenges then click here.
Many thanks to those who contributed to the prompt “Christmas” last week.
First up is coffee and carols from Edwina’s Episodes and a story about a gravy boat of Christmas cheer.
Welcome to the Recovering Know It all whose set of haiku speak of Christmas cheer and food comas! Love them!
Elusive Trope presents a problem of origamic proportions here.
A lovely recitation of the Christmas story in haiku by Jael Aster here.
A great image and delightful haiku from Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library here.
Kate Myrman has us awaiting the dawn with this haiku of beautiful imagery.
Daily Post Challenge: Vibrant