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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Decemeber Haiku Share: The Week That Was #3

Another week of Cara Holman's December Haiku Share has past and more participants have joined us in this unique challenge. Below are the links to the last seven days of posts, and the haiku, tanka and haiga I've shared along the way. Come over and take a look! (Here's the link to the latest prompt - garden spider)

spring tide . . .
a layer of dust
on the condom packet
– Kirsten Cliff
DailyHaiku, Cycle 12, December 16, 2011
Sea Bandits, September 2012 (Ed. Aubrie Cox)

the night he left . . . 
the many sounds
of summer rain
– Kirsten Cliff
DailyHaiku Cycle 12, November 2, 2011

i finally have
my head shaved
– Kirsten Cliff
‘All the Words that Mean Cancer’ rengay sequence 
with Cara Holman, LYNX 27:3 (October 2012)

one side of the rose
has no petals:
hoping he’ll return,
I keep to my half
of the bed
– Kirsten Cliff
Kokako 13, September 2010

hailstorm . . .
three red petals left
to scent this rose
– Kirsten Cliff
Caribbean Kigo Kukai, September 2012

no mail today
a taste of woodsmoke
on the wind
– Kirsten Cliff
From ‘Between the Birdsong’ (with Cara Holman)
LYNX 27:3, October 2012

(click on image to enlarge)

Appeared on Angie Werren’s blog as part of her 
National Poetry Month ‘Couplets’ posts, April 2012.

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