Category Archives: Haiku

Ronovan writes Haiku prompt #381

The gnome lights his pipe

while the clay pots fill with water

fishing rod in hand

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How to compose classical haiku

Pure Haiku is OPEN for submissions of classical haiku on the theme of Ghostlight by Troi David Loy until midnight on Thursday, 31st October 2021. …

How to compose classical haiku

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Ronovan writes Haiku poetry #374

In the dark, cold night

we witness the Northern lights

with eyes of a child

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Ronovan writes Weekly Haiku Challenge #372

Just one sign of life

answers an age old question

yet gains us nothing

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Ronovan writes #Haiku weekly challenge #366

Using homespun threads

an intricate web she will weave

before each day breaks

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Ronovan writes #362

The weighted drag net

makes the seabed desert dust

Ocean’s Silent Spring

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Ronovan writes Haiku weekly prompt #360

Strange sounds in the air

perhaps it’s a wisp of snipe

demons raise their guns

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Ronovan writes Haiku challenge #357

A natural high

that’s guaranteed to refresh

a breath of fresh air

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Ronovan writes Haiku challenge #356

Cluster of comments

in red ink on white paper

sense of foreboding

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Ronovan writes #Haiku challenge #351

Watch new life erupt

from the comfort of slumber

Spring awakening

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