TJ’s Household Haiku Challenge

Versailles Palace Orangerie in Autumn
Versailles Palace Orangerie in Autumn
Versailles Orangerie in Autumn. This beautiful arrangment of tubs disappears in the winter leaving only the Paterres. TJ Paris Photography

My Formal Garden

Only one thing out of place

A fallen leaf!

Welcome to this weeks slightly belated TJ’s Household Haiku Challenge!

The prompt words this week are “Garden and One”

As always you can use the prompt words or the photo (or both) as an inspiration for your own haiku and share your post in the comments to have it mentioned in the summary next week.

Last Week’s Challenge “Depth and Fill” produced some profound haiku. Thanks so much to all you Haiku Hubbers who took the time to respond and share!

Starting off with the inimitable Mick E Talbot’s deep thoughts

Profound love from Floridaborne

Love beyond the abyss from Annette Rochelle Aben

More from the depths of the heart from Ritu

TJ’s Household Haiku Challenge – Depth & Fill

A fulfilling and delicious post from Judy Martin

A big welcome to Up Against Mortality with this intriguing haiku de profundus.

Clouds fill the thoughts of Olga this week with a wonderful photo to match

Willow Dot 21 has three haiku spanning the depths of human experience

Rena Saxena has a cascading haiku which looks at the fears of the deep and fulfillment

Hope comes from the depths of time from God’s Chair

A big welcome also to Kalpana Solsi sharing for the first time with this great haiku about cleansing the soul.

Sarah shares something horrific she encountered from the depths with photos to match!

Charmed Chaos has the cups overflowing in this lovely haiku

#Haiku 32: Depth & Fill

A colour filled sky is the second Haiku from Sarah this week. Lovely.

Is the glass half empty or half full from Prairie Chat this week?

December Wine

Unfulfilled cries from the depths from Kat Myrman

Sheol’s Depths

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