30 Days of Haiga – Catchin’ up – September 10, 2016

 

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Day 5:

Black Country road

out of the dark
leading homeward lies
the country road

© Gsk ‘16

Day 6

things don't get done

unwritten verse
words flow past and away
yet are not lost

© Gsk ‘16

Day 7

new wine

he drinks new wine
harvesting summer thoughts
as raindrops fall

© Gsk ‘16

Day 8

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expectations –
the train crosses the Lagoon
as I leave Venice

© Gsk ‘16

Day 9

Mint Tea

day dreaming
in the secret garden
– mint tea and elves

© Gsk ‘16

Day 10

Dawn relections

each dew drop
a world of mist and light –
dawn reflections

© Gsk ‘16

These haiga were created for A 19 Planets Art Blog – 30 DOH (Days of Haiga) – today I’ve finished catching up.  I hope to now begin posting a haiga a day for Rick’s yearly challenge.  Bastet.

30 Days of Haiga- 4 haiga to catch up – September 8, 2016

I’ve been so busy I completely forgot that in September my dear friend Rick Daddario from “A 19 Planets Art Blog” hosts the 30 days of haiga challenge … so I’m very very late indeed!  In order to make up I’ll write four haiga today and four tomorrow using Rick’s prompts – then I will proceed as I always do … following my own inspirations … and I hope to see many participants this year!! 🙂

The first four prompts are the following:

  1. new moon 2. fire or campfire 3. wind or breeze 4. gold, golden or yellow

New Moon

silence echoes
under the new moon
summer is over

© Gsk ‘16

Fire

farewells
under the fire of sunset
returning home

© Gsk ‘16

Warm Breeze

last summer breeze
whispers warm promises
before the snows

© Gsk ‘16

Golden Silence

golden silence
in the old alleys
siesta time

© Gsk ‘16

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30 Days of Haiga – Haiga 2 – September 2, 2015

Haiga Two

Dear Readers:

This is the month when Rick Daddario launches his now yearly daily challenge … 30 days of Haiga, an event now in its fifth year … Due to a personal tragic loss, I think Rick may be a little late with his usual vivacious prompts … but he has decided to go forward with the event even in the face of his loss … and I have decided to follow the event this year with or without prompts.

With affection for my dear Hawaiian friend … I close this with an Aloha! Bastet