Here, friends, is the fourth and final installment in our celebratory series for National Poetry Month (Weeks 1, 2, and 3, for your reading pleasure) — You know the deal by now: a stock photo serves as a springboard, our wonderful contributors dive headlong into haiku. Thanks for reading and for celebrating with us!
Ding ding ding! Round three of our celebratory series for National Poetry Month (catch up with the first installment over here and number two right here) — another batty stock photo and our gracious contributor’s reactionary haiku. Grand finale coming next Friday.
the titular line got stuck in my head, so i wrote a poem around it. –p whomsoever owns the night works with the august moon as companion hears the wind whisper names and notes sees the cavalcade of phantoms and ghosts. whomsoever owns the night some supposed his name is hypnos and his robes shake [...]
Here’s round two of our National Poetry Month special, (we hope you enjoyed last week’s entry) another questionable stock photo and a healthy dose of haiku for you. Check back in next Friday for part three as our series continues.
(If there’s a similar theme here to something that came up some time ago, it’s not intentional, but not entirely incidental…) Camera: Polaroid SX70 Land Camera Model 2 Film: PX100 SilverShade FF by ImpossibleUSA
National Poetry Month is back, and, like last year, we’ve rounded up several of our contributors to help you celebrate. One-of-a-kind poems delivered straight to your internet! This time around, we’re using select stock photos (some real treats) as prompts for standard-issue haiku. We hope you like what we’ve come up with, and check back in every Friday for [...]
Thanks, RS + VC for reminding me, not long ago, of one of the two things that terrified me beyond all reason as a child (I’m the short one). Ink, watercolor on paper.