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Prompt of the Week

Hi, happy Monday everyone, here’s to a productive week, to start it off Lady Jabberwocky’s prompt of the week is to write something which includes the word ‘snow’, so here is a haiku from me 🙂


Micro-Season Haiku

In Mark’s wonderful blog, he informs us that we have entered the third micro-season of the mini-season Minor Snow -which is “The Tachibana First Turns Yellow” (Dec 02 – Dec 06). We learnt about Citrus tachibana, a new one for me. Mark invites us to write a haiku or senryu that relates to citrusContinue reading “Micro-Season Haiku”

dVerse Poetics

Hi, Merril is hosting Poetics at dVerse and she has given a selection of paintings for the ekphrastic prompt at November’s end,, as I have been immersed in haikus this month it might not be a surprise that I selected the image of the Japanese girl dancing with chrysanthemums, thanks for looking 🙂


Hello ‘Weavers’, this is prompt number 31 hosted by David on his great blog, this week Sylvia Cognac is POW after her a fabulous chain verse haiku. The challenge posed by Sylvia is to write a shadorma poem the subject matter being food related (The shadorma consists of any number of six-line stanzas eachContinue reading “W3”

Micro-Season Haiku

Hi, this week in his blog Mark informs us we have entered the micro-season of “The Rainbow Hides Unseen”. This is the first micro-season of the mini-season Minor Snow. Mark invites us to write a haiku or senryu that references rainbows of any season. This one is my penultimate haiku for my NaNoBloMo, thanksContinue reading “Micro-Season Haiku”

Prompt of the Week

Hi, Lady Jabberwocky’s prompt for this week is to write a poem or piece of prose with a ‘farm’, as the setting: , my poem is entitled ‘on the fence’. Thanks for looking 🙂