Disintegration complete …

23 December, 2019

Thank you for joining my guests and I in our explorations of DISINTEGRATE.

Disintegrate Inspiration

Disintegrate Painting

I hope you have enjoyed our journeying together and have been inspired to write your own haiku on the theme!

I’ll be doing something a bit different for Pure Haiku in 2020 – if you’re not yet signed up to receive posts whenever they appear, simply enter your email address on the right hand side of this page.

Have a peaceful and relaxing Christmas and see you all again next year!

Please note that I am offline now (this is a scheduled post) and that any comments made probably won’t be approved until 2nd January 2020!

 


12-21 – Featured Haiku Writer

21 December, 2019

ice castle kingdom,

sparkling crystal universe

shatters as branch falls

© Merril D. Smith 2019

 

The mother of two extraordinary daughters, Merril D. Smith and her husband Doug share a house in New Jersey with their two cats. She is currently working on two reference books about rape–and a book of poetry.

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


12-20 – Featured Haiku Writer

20 December, 2019

spring and summer passed,

now the hare turns winter white–

memories grow dim

© Merril D. Smith 2019

 

Merril D. Smith is also a freelance test writer for the Educational Testing Service (ETS).

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


12-19 – Featured Haiku Writer

19 December, 2019

scent of petrichor–

summer drips and blows away

on faded gold leaves

© Merril D. Smith 2019

 

Merril D. Smith’s published work has focused mainly on the history of women, sexuality, and culture.

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


12-18 – Featured Haiku Writer

18 December, 2019

dream world constructed

in moonbeams adventures swirl,

disappear at dawn

© Merril D. Smith 2019

 

Merril D. Smith is a writer, editor, independent scholar and poet.

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


12-17 – Featured Haiku Writer

17 December, 2019

dazzling fireball

streaks silver across the sky–

traces of stars’ dust

© Merril D. Smith 2019

 

Merril D. Smith travels through time and space while gazing out her kitchen window with a cat on her lap.

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


12-15

15 December, 2019

divisive chords struck

fragmented song echoes once

notes descend – silence

 

© Freya Pickard 2019

 

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


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