Chestnut and balloon

Haiku with Kigo. Kigo is that little Japanese word used by haijin (haiku poets) to fix or identify  a season in their poem.  There are more than 500 seasonal words that can be used. Chestnut/autumn and Balloon/spring. Deep in the chestnuts wanting to escape sooner chasing the balloon.  

Daily Prompt, me

Maybe not

Carpe Diem #615, Exodus. Daily Prompt: Under the snow. You were caught in an avalanche. To be rescued, you need to make it through the night. What thought(s) would give you the strength to go through such a scary, dangerous situation? Is this real or not! I am captured under the snow. At least I can breathe though it is… Read More Maybe not

CRAZY ART, HAIKU, senryu, Skrivpuff

Osynliga rader

Skrivpuff: Kisa. Om ni kisar med ögonen och koncentrerar er riktigt mycket kanske ni ser att jag skrivit tre osynliga rader här …. Skrivpuffa är kul väntar så till klockan slår nu har den slagit. Nå!? Kunde ni läsa …

Carpe Diem, HAIKU, POETRY, senryu

Lost in Paradise

Carpe Diem #614: Paradise. This was 1982 … Arriving in night darkest ever but moonlight paradise my thought. Abu Dhabi sky everlasting sand dunes stars guiding camels. Exotic mid East spellbinding mesmerizing lost in paradise.