Magnifying Glass #Newyear #2019 #Happynewyear

 Goodbye to a year that will be the past   Adieu to our failed successes that don’t last we wave a friendly blushing Ciao Sayonara , gone for now Magnify the things you’ve done some things lost others won rocks pulled from the soil bread rising never to spoil all of 2018 now behind flash of […]

New Horizon #haiku #happynewyear

  Chill in new dawn light reflects off distant storm I stop to watch Happy New Year to the folks at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai – Today’s prompt “First Light” Thanks to the WordPress DPChallenge folks for the photo challenges in 2015! Today’s prompt – “Circle”

Memory #haiku #moon

yabu- iri ya  mamori- bukuro o  wasure kusa Apprentice’s holiday: a good-luck amulet forgotten in the grass © Buson waiting all year dance to the memory full moon in her eyes This Carpe Diem Haiku Kai prompt is in celebration of a holiday that the servants were given: “Yabu-iri” literally “thicket-entering,” is an obscure season […]

Rice Cakes #haiku #Newyear

Kagamimochi is a special traditional Japanese decoration for the New Year, usually displayed inside the house in the kamidana, for Toshigami, the god of the new year, to bring good luck and prosperity in the new year. Kagamimochi is made from two rice cakes (mochi) of different sizes, the smaller placed over the larger one, […]

Yesterday’s New #dpchallenge #photography #poetry

… it flowed away from yesterday journey’s path was set anew what came between us can’t be read in tomorrow’s news let us leap toward a new day one I see rising on the horizon no need for a replay let’s race to meet the sun A new year is time for many things. Yes […]

The Journey’s Beginning #kikobun #haiku #Newyear

Here is what Professor Peipei Qiu, The Author of Bashô and the Dao says about kikôbun, a similar style of writing to haibun: ‛The Japanese literary travel journal (kikôbun) has been closely related to poetry. It characteristically weaves poems and the introductory narratives in a sequential order. The travel journals that existed before Bashô were […]

Frozen Fall #poetry #photography

I am a captive encapsulated between yesterday and today frozen I hang suspended feeling nothing * the skeleton of winter wraps its fingers about me taunting  threatening my existence and so I watch you go by bundled up in a flurry of color whimsical you will wave in the New Year while I wait for […]

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