TJ’s Household Haiku – Ghost

Butterfly house
Butterfly house
A butterfly in the butterfly house at Blenheim Palace

Swiftly our lives pass

And all our tribulations…

A butterfly’s ghost

Dear Haiku Hubbers and all who love haiku. Welcome to this week’s TJ’s Haiku Challange coming to you from Oxford.

Living in a seventeenth century building has its charms. Internet connectivity is not one of them.

I won’t be able to do a summary for the challange for a while until I can get more reliable connection so please leave a link to your own haiku in the comments and check out the wonderful haiku of the participants by clicking on the black speech bubble at the end of the post.

You can read the haiku from the last challenge “bud” by clicking HERE

Best wishes to you all!

TJ

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39 Comments

    1. Such a wonderful haiku contribution. so sorry to take so long to acknowledge it. Back in the swing again and will have a new prompt this week if you would like to drop by. TJ

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    1. Wonderful stuff and so sorry that I took so long to get back to you. I am now more organised again and will be back on track this week. Hope you are keeping well. TJ

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    1. Thanks so much for the haiku link and so sorry to have taken so long to respond. New prompt up this saturday so hope to see you back. Best wishes to you!
      TJ

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    1. So sorry to take so long to acknowledge your great haiku contribution. I have let travel overwhelm my blogging but will be back on track this weekend. Hope you are thriving in your part of the world. TJ

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    1. Dear Ruth. Thanks so much for this haiku. So sorry it took me so long to respond. I am trying to get back on track again and will be putting up a new post this weekend. Best wishes to you! TJ

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    1. Bonjour! So sorry to have taken so long to respond to your haiku. I am just reorientating myself after weeks of frantic travel and will be back on track this Saturday. Hope you are keeping well. TJ

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      1. There you are my friend! I took a day of silence yesterday to allow myself to grieve and absorb the results of the madness here in the US. But I am ready to get back to writing today. Peace to you! Kat

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  1. Hope you are having a wonderful time here in my neck of the woods, TJ. Sorry I have been absent lately, but I am back and looking forward to getting into haiku again!
    I love the take you have on it this week 🙂

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    1. Sorry to have taken so long to respond. I have gone “ghost” as well, blinded by the joys of Paris and an uncertain internet connection. Hope you are keeping well and thriving. TJ

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        1. Still in Paris until the end of December, sigh, but able to access reliable internet again and not spending every day running around like a maniac.:)

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    1. So sorry to take so long to respond to this. All my best plans to keep up with the haiku prompts have gone astray. Thanks as always for your wonderful contribution and the personal message you share. Hope you are keeping well in your part of the world and will drop by for the prompt this Saturday. Best wishes. TJ

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    1. Thank you so much for contributing and apologies for the delay in replying. All of my good plans to keep up with the haiku page have gone wrongs. Hope you will like this weeks Haiku prompt. Best wishes to you! TJ

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