Experimental haiku

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September 16, 2017 by petrujviljoen

feather

dusted sill

­- blue swallow

unasked

uncalled for –

no. just no!

chains new logo Tan Renga

Image copyright Kristjaan Panneman

……

In response to: imagination-without-limits

Having written the first, I realised the prompt so wrote a second.

Linking to Dverse Poets Open Link Night as well.

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40 thoughts on “Experimental haiku

  1. Sue Anderson says:

    Quite a challenge, and well met!

  2. marley raine says:

    Oh, yes. I love the first one.

  3. I’m not familiar with experimental Haiku but as two short poems they work.

  4. Frank Hubeny says:

    What we encounter leads us to saying both yes and even no to it. The no may be what gets us to act.

  5. thotpurge says:

    feather dusted sill… love the first one!

  6. jillys2016 says:

    Beautiful work(s) of art!

  7. Bodhirose says:

    I love that website and it does have some very interesting prompts. Your second poem stands out very strongly…yes, I get your message loud and clear!

  8. Vivian Zems says:

    The second haiku must be the lock speaking. I like this challenge 🙂 You did it justice!

  9. Grace says:

    I too like the first haiku….Have a good weekend ~

  10. For me the second one is strong enough to stand by itself too

  11. Excellent experimentation of haiku. You’ve just inspired me to start doing an experimentation of my own in some weird haiku’s of things. Love this a lot. 🙂

  12. scotthastiepoet says:

    Yes I think it does stand very comfortably by itself. You very much have your own touch… a fresh and challenging voice, which I do admire.

  13. Especially love the first… the contrast after the cutting word is great.

  14. Like this set very much

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