We have a few authors who are members of our Haikumily here. Click the RED Author link next to their names to go to their Amazon Author pages.
Closing Haiku This Week.
Red feathers on grass,
Sign of passing life to life,
Mother bird and young.
Ritu: Sesame Street Silliness or My Title for it “That’s Just Wrong!” | But I Smile Anyway… Well my title for it should make you go check this one out. Where Ritu’s mind goes I just…well we know where it goes but how does it get there is the question.
Sue Vincent (Author): Red | Daily Echo A great Haiku that turned into “What do you see in the image?” fest. What do you see in the water? Sue is of course an author, that many of you probably know with a LOT to offer. Check out the link for her Amazon page.
Janice: Poem #1 Red Cross | Ontheland & Poems #2-4 Upset Idiom, Canine Ambush and Childhood Memory | Ontheland Just a few from our friend Janice. 🙂
stu0sbloc9: Sunset | Pitter Patter Poetry A great deal of imagery in this one and symbolism as well.
Elke: Red bird | writingindevizes Um, all I can say is you have to go see…I mean read to believe. Enjoy and be entertained. 🙂
NEW! Maylian Leo: Calling Passion & Natures Formation | personalselfperfection I say Maylian Leo even though the link says anonymous because the copyright on the poetry has that name. Definitely kept with the nature aspect of Haiku. Very peaceful offerings. Enjoyed.
Florence: The End | MEANINGS AND MUSINGS Considering the title I almost put this one at the end instead of the order it arrived. Wait until you read it and see who actually wrote it. Chills I tell you. Our poor future. @FTThum
BeckyG: Rather Red Than a Blackbird on Your Head: beckygblog.com Very nice take on the prompts and loving that background photo on the blog.
Juliette: College Bound & Year Round Beauty| Battered Wife Seeking Better Life Loved the photo used here as well as the sentiments in the two Haiku. @bwseekingbl
Shailzaa: Red Bird Waiting?| fewunsaidwords.wordpress.com Very interesting and original take on the prompt words. Good structure and uses the nature aspect of Haiku.
Much Respect-Much Love
Ronovan is an author, and blogger who shares his life as an amnesiac and Chronic Pain sufferer though his blog RonovanWrites.WordPress.com. His love of poetry, authors and community through his online world has lead to a growing Weekly Haiku Challenge and the creation of a site dedicated to book reviews, interviews and author resources known as LitWorldInterviews.WordPress.com.
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