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rainyday
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Haiku-Chain..
Everyone welcome to play along.
Using the Last line of previous Haiku as the
First line of your new Haiku.


Snow covered cabin,
Poems cured warm in chimney smoke,
Writing hideaway
© Copyright 2015 Jan~ - All Rights Reserved
JerryPat2
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Writing hideaway
but not so very well hid
kids and dogs converge

~ My inner world is my paradise and i am its keeper ~

Lori Grosser Rhoden
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kids and dogs converge
on a snow pile deep and white
Laughter fills the air
ice
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Laughter fills the air
With the sound of bright colors
Like flowers in May

"Poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance."
Carl Sandburg

rainyday
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Like flowers in May
sun worshipers dot the beach,
clouds crash the party
ice
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Clouds crash the party
Outside the mountain cabin
Snowflakes sift like sand


This is fun rainy-j


I have done this type of thing before in a Renga group.
Instead of Haiku, you do Tanka.
The first person writes a 5-7-5, Haiku, the next does a 7-7 answering couplet.

Thanks for the fun


[This message has been edited by ice (12-02-2015 06:09 PM).]

ken206573
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Snowflakes sift like sand
into the shade of shadows
fading at sunrise
Ticklefingers
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fading at sunrise
fingers tickled to the bone
bride and grooms first day

She told me "play one for your supper Danny and maybe you'll get breakfast".
rainyday
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Bride and grooms first day,
is nothing yet annoying?
just give it time love
ice
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Just give it time love
But first moments are not real
For now, lust heals all

jjote
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For now, lust heals all
coyotes wail in the night
mere moon worshipers
Ticklefingers
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mere moon worshipers
monikers etched in limestone
freedoms finale

She told me "play one for your supper Danny and maybe you'll get breakfast".
Pete_W
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Freedom's finale,
decisions, always
the two edged sword.
Ticklefingers
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the two-edged sword
one for soul, one for spirit
beheaded at birth

She told me "play one for your supper Danny and maybe you'll get breakfast".

Pete_W
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Beheaded at birth
my house is ajar
filled with spirits
Mr Martini
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Filled with spirits (4)
Foot tapping on a brass rail
Tuning her 'Gee' string

Here's to you and here's to me and should we ever disagree, here's to me!

rainyday
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Tuning her 'Gee' string
a therapeutic hobby,
idle hands, devils workshop
Ticklefingers
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"Somethings' happening here...and what it is ain't exactly clear" (Buffalo Springfield 'For What It's Worth')

Ok, one is 4-7-5 and the last one is 5-7-7.

I admit I don't know 'Haiku' or Senyru' from a suppository, but I'm going with a 5-7-5 and if you want to make something of it, meet me in the parking lot at 6! (If I'm not there, start without me   )

devil's workshop blues
plays in stereophonic
shades my tortured eyes  


She told me "play one for your supper Danny and maybe you'll get breakfast".
rainyday
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Sorry, my mistake
Ticklefingers
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S'ok.

Since its no busier around here than I am at the moment, I'll weave another.

shades my tortured eyes
with the softness of her hand
singing me to sleep

She told me "play one for your supper Danny and maybe you'll get breakfast".

ice
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singing me to sleep
window open in April
chorus of peepers

"Poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance."
Carl Sandburg

Pete_W
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Singing me to sleep
misheard syllables of rain,
kisses from the past.
Mr Martini
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Kisses from the past
Forgotten love notes
Carved along the shore

Here's to you and here's to me and should we ever disagree, here's to me!

Ticklefingers
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carved along the shore
formations of past lovers
never thinking twice

She told me "play one for your supper Danny and maybe you'll get breakfast".

Mr Martini
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Never thinking twice
Prize money motivation
Kisses on canvas

Here's to you and here's to me and should we ever disagree, here's to me!

 
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