Emerging and flown

26 April, 2019

Thank you for journeying with us through our Emergence themed haiku!

I hope you have enjoyed the haiku and feel inspired to write your own.

I’m sorry that hardly any of the haiku appeared on my Facebook Page this time. Someone has reported Pure Haiku to Facebook as having “Abusive Posts”. Not totally sure what this means but am assuming it’s a malicious troll type of thing.

I am therefore slowly withdrawing from Facebook and have created a MeWe account where I will post future haiku from Pure Haiku. Please join me there!

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Due to the demands of my current job, I am taking a break from Pure Haiku submissions for a few months.

But I have scheduled a few posts here (twice a month) to keep you going over the Summer!

Pure Haiku will open again to submissions in September 2019. The new theme will be posted here and on the Submit Page when the submissions window is open!

Have a mindful Summer!

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4 – 15

15 April, 2019

frustration simmers

sudden release – tears flow

unhappiness shows

 

© Freya Pickard 2019

 

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.


4 – 8

8 April, 2019

inspiration’s flash

kernel of character, plot

outpouring of words

 

© Freya Pickard 2019

 

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.


4 – 2

2 April, 2019

shrug off brittle skin

shoulders extend, dry downwards;

warm breeze gives me flight

 

© Freya Pickard 2019

 

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.


3 – 27

27 March, 2019

white foam hisses back

uncovers purple-red sand

sunset wetly gleams

 

© Freya Pickard 2019

 

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.


3 – 18

18 March, 2019

shoots of deep green rise

daffodils wake from slumber

and hope springs alive

 

© Tina Stewart Brakebill 2019

Tina’s blog continues to grow and change but happily her haiku addiction continues unabated. Find out more at Tina Stewart Brakebill!

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.


3 – 13

13 March, 2019

crocus blooms in snow

golden cheer in winter gloom

smile breaks on stern face

 

© Merril D. Smith 2019

 

Merril D. Smith emerges from time-traveling to find herself still in the kitchen, coffee at hand, cat on lap, and a poem sometimes written. Find out more at her blog, Yesterday and Today.

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.


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