With each ebbing tide
Ordered chaos creating
Prompt words: “Chaos and order”
Welcome to TJ’s Household challenge both regular visitors and some new wonderful faces. As regular readers of the blog will know, I adore St Malo. The magnificent tides flowing in an out around the city, endlessly revealing new landscapes.
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I am no haiku despot by the way. You don’t have to feel constrained by the words or the picture. Any poetry generated from the prompts will be eagerly accepted. Also, if you would prefer a form like “tanka” or another micropoetry choice then please add your link.
Last week’s prompts “perfume and lost” produced some delicious interpretations.
Firstly, apologies to Willowdot21 for missing her two lovely haiku from the week before. Do check it out!
Playing with words is enveloped in a sweet perfume
No Saint Augustine is right on track with this haiku
The sublime and the other from Ritu’s perfumed pen
Annette Rochelle Aben is abuzz with good scents here.
The scent of roses from Image and Word recalling past memories
Two different scents from Willowdot21
Jane Dougherty combines three wonderful key notes in this trio of perfect haiku
Nature and it’s wonderful perfume from Mick E Talbot
Edwina’s Episodes is always up to the moment!
The scent of nightfall. Wonderful idea from Prairie Chat!
A statement perfume from By Sarah
Many a flower born to blush unseen from Reena Saxena this week. A wonderful bouquet of haiku
A rose by any other namee…Lovely from Charmed Chaos
God’s Chair’s haiku sparkles like the facets of a cut crystal scent bottle.
Olga had created a unique scent with a wonderful photo
Kat Myrman has interpreted the photo prompt beautifully this week.
Like perfume, love lingers from The Bag Lady
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Best wishes! TJ