Come to the window
Cascades of golden sorrow
Prompt words for this week: “Window and Heart”
Forgive me my dear fellow Haikuists. I’m back!
Bienvenue to you haiku enthusiasts out there. This image of the peculiar 15th centruy remnant in the midst of busy Paris always intrigues me given that it looks like a fairy tale castle surrounded by 19th and 20th Century architecture.
Many thanks to all those who converted the prompts of “Shiver and Rain” from last week into another compilation of Haikuey goodness.
As always, apologies in advance if I should be so inept as to miss anyone in the roundup. Always let me know and I will add you in ASAP.
The incomparable Annette Rochelle Aben started off the collection with this introverted view
Roses “rug up” in this lovely haiku from the ever bright Judy E Martin
The delightful Florida Borne has shed green tears for this haiku.
The accomplished Reena Saxeena has coupled a startling photo with a haiku set packed with drama
The enchanting Jane Dougherty has to be the apple of our eye for the beautiful photo that inspires her poem
The charming Ritu Bhathal has a “variety pack” of haiku. (and one rather spicy photo!)
The marvelous No Saint Augustine has captured a moment in perfect haiku form.
A big welcome to Susmita who is joining the “crew” for the first time with this lovely haiku
The fascinating Willowdot21 has us all a shiver
It’s romance a go-go from the Chappiest of Chaps, Mr Prairie Chat himself
The entrancing Sarah shares a wedding encounter in a lovely haiku sequence
The naturally brilliant Mick E Talbot give us a haiku for thought.
The fetching Playing with Words has us feeling the ripples
The winsome Paging Me has conjured an image of haunting beauty
A big welcome to Mirriam Hurdle for her first rain swept entry
The enthralling Kat Myrman has us caught up in the dance with this trio of delight
The delectable Charmed Chaos has me bowing in respect for this haiku
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Best wishes to you all,