#Haikai Challenge #182 : Transformation — Daffodil / Ides of March

  neon lemon lightsflicker and sway in March wind —daffodils mantra neon lemon lightschoreograph sun’s embraceforever today flicker and sway in March wind with tinkling windchimes’sweet arrhythmia daffodils mantrahums spring’s bright opening act —winter’s curtain rise Today’s offering is in troiku form. Image link here. Frank J. Tassone is the host of Haikai Challenge.  Frank…

Carpe Diem #1711 flowers (modern kigo) – Troiku

image link   depth of a flower butterfly straw sucks too much droopy-bottomed flight flying away with the bee a yellow fuzzy jacket shed at hive some mystery — why do orange blossoms taste the sweetest?     Chevrefeuille is the host of Carpe Diem Haiku Kai.  Chevrefeuille says: Today I have chosen a modern…

Carpe Diem #1695 Ice Cream … Troiku

Ice Cream The original haiku, from which the troiku will be composed, is: snow fall in belly adding lusciousness to feast  vanilla ice cream © S.D. Tiwari snow fall in belly crystal flakes of delicious appetite’s season adding lusciousness to feast eyes, tongue, throat, belly dominos of yum vanilla ice cream coned challenge of summer…

Carpe Diem #1691 Troiku Month (20) The Snow Of Yesterday

Chevrefeuilles is the host of Carpe Diem and asks us to use the following haiku by Gozan to create a Troiku. the snow of yesterday that fell like cherry blossoms is water once again © Gozan (1789) the snow of yesterday waters new seedlings today — tomorrow’s juices that fell like cherry blossoms faint as…