All posts tagged: haiku

Lilac

sweet fragrant perfume lavish in pink and purple lilac buds in bloom Lilac, particularly attractive with sweet fragrance, its like a huge bouquet, such lovely moments they bring. Too many good memories attached… smell is a powerful memory trigger! While all the senses are connected with memories, smell sparks a flurry of emotional memories. My Lilac painting and haiku In response to Weekly Discover Challenge: Memory

WPC: Half-Light (sea)

seagulls longing cry flying free on a blue sky waves caress the rock playful summer day so beautiful winter morning cold, the waves roll, pearly white sea foam playful salt waters drifting with the tide dance happily in the wind autumn sunset glow the wind ruffles the sea and with its waves, it caresses the wind, immersing it in the blueness Weekly Photo Challenge: Half-Light Share a photo inspired by a poem, verse, song lyric or story. Poems I wrote for the WP Poetry Writing challenges.

Poetry

deep unique beauty the seas and skies in your eyes soul expressive screens In response to Day 1: Screen, Haiku, Alliteration Smiling-looking planet Many moons orbiting In endless night blue silence Like a giant smile Saturn’s rings Ever lasting, greatest gift. In response to Day 2: Gift, Acrostic, Simile rose petals rounded tear-shaped finely smooth and veined skin, velvety-textured, soft as silk delicate as satin aromatic rose blossoms In response to Day 3: Skin, Prose Poem, Internal Rhyme Seagulls longing cry flying free on a blue sky waves caress the sand playful summer day so beautiful sun shining up so high In response to Day 4: Imperfect, Limerick, Enjambment Lonely poet living in his verses. At times he step out onto the wet streets when the rain soughs. No, he is not crying, it’s raindrops running down his face. (Short ode) In response to Day 5: Map, Ode, Metaphor In response to Day 6: Faces, Found Poetry, Chiasmus Dilapidated houses, like old men, testify to times past. And every house tells the tale of someone’s …

Writing 201: Poetry (found poetry)

The literary equivalent of a collage, found poetry, one of my favorite game and still is 🙂 When we were children we had notebooks with poems we made with words and images, from story-book (fairy tales) and picture-books (drawings), or from newspaper articles. Sometime I take words from my friend’s (when emotional) post/message reorder them, and present them as poems, they like it, turning a text into a poem is fun. In response to Day 6: Faces, Found Poetry, Chiasmus Writing 201: Poetry! Today’s form: found poetry A found poem is composed of words and letters you’ve collected — randomly or not — from other sources, whether printed, handwritten, or digital, and then (re)arranged into something meaningful.

Writing 201: Poetry (haiku)

deep unique beauty the seas and skies in your eyes soul expressive screens In response to Day 1: Screen, Haiku, Alliteration Writing 201: Poetry! Today’s form: haiku A traditional Japanese form, now popular around the world. Normally (but not necessarily) composed of three lines of verse containing five, seven, and five syllables, respectively.

Water Haiku

winter morning cold, the waves roll, pearly white sea foam playful salt waters dancing rain droplets, soft petals crystal waters, aroma of Spring gentle drizzle rain, soft water crystalline droplets, reflecting sun light pure wet happiness, falling softly sprinkling drops beauty in the rain In response to Writing 201: Water Haiku