12 – 4 – Featured Haiku Writer

4 December, 2018

on the other side –

sparks of cerulean blue

crackle in the breeze

 

© Isabel Caves 2018

 

Here is the second haiku from our Featured Haiku Writer – Isabel Caves. Isabel is the author of Strange Beings and uses her blog at Isabel Caves as an outlet for her creativity which expresses itself in photographs, stories and poetry.

This haiku stood out because it tells of what is on the other side of the portal, I imagined the portal to be at the writer’s back.

This haiku is part of our PORTAL theme!

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3 – 23 – featured haiku writer

23 March, 2018
diver’s slow descent
deep within a well of blue
subaquatic dream
© Ken Gierke / rivrvlogr 2018

Here is the final haiku from our featured haiku writer, Ken Gierke. Photography has always been a favorite pastime, so taking photos often is as important to him as the sights he sees, but those sights aren’t limited to Nature. He finds himself seeking angles and lines, and, as you might expect, some of the most intriguing lines can be found in architecture, but they also can be seen in groups of objects – and that includes people. Check out Ken’s other creative work at Rivrvlogr

As we started the week with a relaxing haiku, so we end the week with a dreamy sea haiku; the image of the “well of blue” stuck with me for days after first reading this haiku.
This haiku is part of my OCEAN series.

3 – 9

9 March, 2016
Moon weaves star-fabric
spun light binding the blue earth
in quicksilver coils.
© Jane Dougherty 2015

Jane has been writing haiku for over a year now and has been published in The Hedgerow Journal as well as here at Pure Haiku in July 2015. Find out more about her at Jane Dougherty


2 – 22

22 February, 2016
Marbled green and blue
against a starlit black drop.
Just think, we live there.
© Dragonsilk 2016

Dragonsilk first appeared here at Pure Haiku in April 2014. Dragonsilk is a silk painter… Discover more at Dragonsilk


10 – 7

7 October, 2013
hard yet soft, vivid
high reaching, relaxes and
invigorates; blue
© Freya Pickard 2013

6 – 5 blue sky

5 June, 2013
Floats above a huge
Sea holding countless white boats
Gravitationless
© Li’l Poet NJ ( Nikhil Jain ) 2013
Visit Nikhil Jain’s blog to read more of his poetry at nikhil’s poems

4 – 19

19 April, 2013
clusters of flowers pale pink
against powder-blue sky; Spring
announces herself.
© Freya Pickard 2013

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