Squared Tan Renga

Photo (not mine), is prompt

three raindrops
a greeting card from heaven…
midsummer heat. © Issa

the cool of sudden downpour
mingle with smell of parched earth
© Pat R

flying away
following the rainbow
into heaven © Chèvrefeuille

to new life as butterfly bush
adorned with butterflies © Pat R

Pat R
9/10/17

 

For Carpe Diem Haiku

 

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Full Circle

rainbow of colors
scattered autumn leaves wind swept –
lingering seagull

the crane has come home
cherry blossom in full bloom
second chance at love

sunflower stands tall
blue sky on memorable
summer day, no clouds

butterfly on bush
alone, gorging on nectar
wings color of beer

Pat R

10/10/16

For Carpe Diem Haiku: Full Circle

The challenge “Full Circle” means:

“… the goal is to write haiku with the twelve (12) words I will give. It’s a kind of word-whirl and you have to use the words given in the clock-wise direction. So every word has to come in the line of it’s place on the clock e.g. rainbow you have to use for line one (1) and autumn for line two (2) and so on. The words are

1. rainbow
2. autumn
3. seagull
4. crane
5. cherry blossom
6. love
7. sunflower
8. blue sky
9. clouds
10. butterfly
11. nectar
12. beer

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Rainbow

1
burried deep
in gray skies
hint of hope

2
under dark gray skies
a bright yellow flower blooms
my hint of rainbow

Pat R

8/16/16

Inspired by this quote by Maya Angelou

[…]“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.”[…]

And these 2 haiku:

behind clouds
the bright sun hides her face
spraying colors

© Chèvrefeuille

bridge to heaven
walking upon the colorful bow
towards eternity

© Chèvrefeuille

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Rainbow of Pebbles

rainbow of
pebbles and sea shells –
the heart of summer

Pat R

7/23/16

For Carpe Diem Haiku Summer Retreat – One With Nature #8

30 days of haiku, consider this an open invitation to join in. We would love to have you. Read more about it and other entries here:

 

Cathedral of Ice

I was watching a documentary on an under sea expedition in antartica. They were investigating what was causing the demise of the krill, favorite food of whales and other sea life. Divers went under the ice with cameras. The result..a bonus. Described by one immersed in the experience as “under sea cathedrals…”, very appropriately so…
The colors cast onto the ice by daylight was an amazing sight. It looked like the northern lights viewed from under water and ice.

south pole’s under sea
cathedral of ice – steeples
sprinkled with rainbow

Pat R

1/24/16