Haiku of the Week

Our theme this month is Halloween icons. The tombstone is the ultimate Halloween icon. Grave markers give us information and no matter shape and size, they are last honors of the person the dead once were. Let’s be honest, some a little creepier than others.

creaky tombstones
under the pale moon
graveyard shuffling

Haiku of the week

Our theme this month is Halloween icons and what could be scarier than the scarecrow?

Haiku of the Week

Our theme this month is Summerween.

glistening skin
sun-kissed death
poolside murder

Monthly Haiku Corner – August

This is the time of year we call Summerween. Ghosts are visiting empty pools. Witches are gathering their brewing tools, and insects…well, they’re doing whatever icky thing insects do. Yes, it’s sticky outside and if heat doesn’t kill us, or Covid, the nighttime creeps on the prowl surely will. Our theme this month is Summerween.

dirty leaf-filled pool
even ghosts like to swim
summerween

Haiku of the Week

Our theme this month is campfire creatures.

musty pine cabin
a beast roams the campgrounds
summer’s first moon

Haiku of the Week – Phantom Camper

Our theme this month is campfire creatures.

shadows in the night
don’t stray from the path
phantom camper

Haiku of the Week – Wendigo

Our theme this month is campfire creatures. I came across the piece below from @JoseRealArt and was inspired to create a haiku:

nylon shadows
ancient curses never sleep
wendigo

wendigo_by_joserealart

For more artwork by JoseRealArt, please go here: https://www.deviantart.com/joserealart

Haiku of the Week – Crypt Conversations

Our theme is graveyard life.

ruffled feathers
a nice chat between old friends
crypt conversations

Monthly Haiku Corner – June

New month, new theme: Graveyard Life

pretty young girls
fresh flowers on the tombs
graveyard chatter