Tell me what you see,
Peeking over unafraid.
You impudent blooms!
TJ’s Household Haiku is back!
Many apologies to anyone out there who has been dropping by over the last month or so to check the prompt only to find it unchanged.
Great plans while travelling to keep up the challenge did not come to fruition I am afraid but I will do my best to keep up the weekly challenge each Saturday from now on.
The last prompt was “ghost”
This produced some very fine haiku which I share with you below. Do take the time to check out the links.
Stutter-Stepping Heart started the contributions with this truly beautiful linked trio of haiku. Goosebumps guaranteed.
Tucked into a Corner has written 3 haiku about starting off in a new home and the ghost of past dwellers. Wonderful ideas here.
On The Land has shared an encounter with this evocative and excellent haiku
Ritu has a provocative piece with lovely imagery. Do you believe? (I do)
flordaborne has shared a wistful haiku about love and nature. Great photo too!
Ruth from Image and Word shares how we can be trapped amongst the ghosts of the past. Very evocative.
Kat Myrman has a panache for looking at the prompt from a range of unique angles. This is no exception.
Judy Martin has a Halloween theme here and great to see Haiku back on her writing agenda.
Kia has shared a personal reflection about his own connections. Do people we love ever really leave us? Thank Kia for your words.
Neelwritesblog has finished the collection with some lovely imagery of fleeting beauty.
Would you like to participate? It is easy!
Just write your own post on your blog and add a link to your haiku on this post in the comments section. (press the black speech bubble to access comments). I will summarize the contributions in the next post.
If you have posted a link and I haven’t mentioned you then please let me know. Sometimes I miss a comment and would hate to not showcase your work.
Haiku Hub is a community of writers interested in the art of Haiku. You can check out a list of members here and if you would like to join the Haiku Hub community just let me know in the comments and I will add you to the list. You don’t have to only write haiku or participate in any haiku events unless you would like to.
Best wishes to you!