3 – 28 – Featured Haiku Writer

28 March, 2022
nothing remains here--
the bones of fallen angels,
invisible wings

© Kerfe Roig

Here’s the last of Kerfe’s haiku. Don’t forget to visit her at https://kblog.blog

This haiku is part of our Ghostlight theme.


3 – 27 – Featured Haiku Writer

27 March, 2022
light sparkles the dark--
no one can tell the future--
moon returns, now full

© Kerfe Roig

Kerfe combines incredible paintings and beautiful poetry at https://kblog.blog

This haiku is part of our Ghostlight theme.


3 – 26 – Featured Haiku Writer

26 March, 2022
across the deep gap
between now never and why
a roll of the dice

© Kerfe Roig

Kerfe is an incredible artist who produces a variety of extraordinary artwork at https://kblog.blog

This haiku is part of our Ghostlight theme.


3 – 25 – Featured Haiku Writer

25 March, 2022
crystallisation--
timeless spaces embedded
inside catharsis

© Kerfe Roig

Kerfe has a beautiful blog at https://kblog.blog

This haiku is part of our Ghostlight theme.


3 – 24 – Featured Haiku Writer

24 March, 2022
you have lost the map--
now every path is open--
follow all of them

© Kerfe Roig

I enjoy exploring the distillation of thought that seventeen syllables demands.

Why did Troi David Loy choose Kerfe’s 5 haiku out of all the others in the shortlist?

“I got the feel of a tabletop role playing game session, one with a magical realism or even surrealist bent, like a waking mystical experience or fantasy story, but free of a strictly linear narrative, exploring several branches of causality at once and independent of ordinary logic, but with a sort of logic of its own. I chose it as my favorite from the way that the first and third haiku in the set really grabbed my attention while the second, fourth, and fifth in the set roped me in and kept it.”

This haiku is part of our Ghostlight theme.


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