Haiku of the Week

The theme this month is Halloween memories or Hallomemories.

pumpkin farm visit
carnivals and candy
Hallomemories

Hallomemories by Halloweenkristy

Haiku of the Week

The theme this month is Halloween Memories.

orange maple leaves
lights dancing on a string
jack-o’-lantern pie

Haiku of the Week

It’s been a long, hot summer, but we’re three days away from the ‘Ber months and the official start of the Halloween season. The theme in August has been Witch’s Halloween Spellbook. Hopefully, we’ve all had a chance to cast our spells for everyone to have a blessed, joyous, and safe Halloween season.

mortar and pestle
a spell for October nights
summer’s end in sight

Haiku of the Week

Our theme this month has been creatures of the deep. Here’s a sneak peek at the theme for August.

snapping lobster claws
no man quarrells with a queen
sea witches revenge

Haiku inspired by the Sea Witch, artwork by Ubergank aka Linus Pettersson.

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Haiku of the Week

Leviathan was a giant sea serpent from biblio and mythical times. Referenced in several texts across many different cultures, leviathan represents chaos and destruction. In Christianity, it’s considered the demon of deadly sin, who was eventually slayed by god. Our theme this month is creatures of the deep.

receding water
leviathan awakens
tsunami of fear

Haiku of the Week

Our theme this month is creatures of the deep. I spent the weekend watching sea creature movies and lamenting over the fact, that despite now having the technology, we still do not have an awesome modern-day Kraken movie. What up Mr. Speilberg, are you busy?

“Kraken attacks ship” by Samuel Allan, created for PBS Digital – Monstrum, Episode 5

Artist: Samuel Allan
Instagram: @samuel_allan_illustrator

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