Toady at Carpe Diem – Garry Gay shares his impressions of autumn and Halloween. Here is an example of thinking out side of the box or misdirection. My skeleton going for a walk in the cemetery ©Garry Gay This poem has both a subject of death, yet a dash of humor. A misdirection if […]
This month we have enjoyed the inspiration of Gary Gay and his beautiful haiku: touched in the darkness– by a snowflake (c) Garry Gay touched by a promise hope flutters to earth shaped like a heart ❤ Thanks to Kristjaan at Carpe Diem who delights us with challenging prompts Photography the copyrighted work of L. […]
The goal of the Tan Renga Challenge is to write a second stanza to the first stanza (the haiku by Garry Gay) to complete the Tan Renga. You may use the classical syllables count, ( first stanza is 5-7-5 second stanza is 7-7) but it isn’t necessary. Halloween night the fisherman dressed as a scarecrow ~Garry […]
along the way an old oak branch becomes a walking stick ~Garry Gay poised you wait each journey etched in your skin adventure at hand In the spirit of Garry Gay’s haiku we are prompted by Kristjaan at Carpe Diem to echo his words.
sweat lodge – my only vision is of the cool water ~ Garry Gay of the American Haiku Society cross-country run refreshment our reward’s goal melted winter flows Today’s Special at Carpe Diem is in the spirit of contemporary haiku by Garry Gay Photograph: Small Waterfall © L. Moon
hands long to caress where the river water flows eyes follow time Carpe Diem’s special haiku is reflective of Garry Gay and his haiku River Stones Photography: Three Rivers Canvas and Painted Trickle copyright images by L. Moon 2013