Sep 302013
 

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traveling light /
a soul enters the river /
of heaven //
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Svetlana Marisova Memorial kukai 2013
3 pts

Feb 252013
 

 

all hands on deck

the soup kitchen full

of steam

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11th  International kukai February 2013, 10th place tied

http://rita-odeh.blogspot.co.il/2013/02/feb-2013-hand-kukai-final-results.html

Sep 292012
 

autumn drought –
the story in
her liquid eyes
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My entry for the shiki kukai Sept 2012
NaHaiWriMo prompt: Earth
77/100 Days of Summer

Jul 232012
 

The results of the International Kukai 4th of July Forget-me-nots are out. I am very happy to see one of my haiku reach 2nd place this time round.

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sticky notes

on the fridge door

forget-me-nots

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2nd place

…..

forget-me-nots

fading on her palm

his phone number

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4 (tie)

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cluttered desk—

next to her own picture

forget-me-nots

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9 (tie)

Jan 052012
 

old calendar

the writing on the wall

illegible

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November / December 31, 2011 “old calendar” Kukai, Sketcbook, 6th place, tied.

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old calendar

the sum of my hopes

fading

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in my old calendar

you came first

seedlings

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November / December 31, 2011 “old calendar” Kukai, Sketchbook, 10th place, tied.

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candlelight

how pale the moon

looks

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Choice haiku, Karina Klesko, US, Sketchbook, “Light a candle”

Choice Haiku, John Daleiden, Sketchbook, “Candle in the Wind”

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power cuts

in this wind a candle burns

too fast

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Choice haiku, Karina Klesko, US, Sketchbook, “Light a candle”

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electric candles—

so, I record

my prayer

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Choice haiku, Karina Klesko, US, Sketchbook, “Light a candle”

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prayer candle—

she puts her lips

to the icon

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Choice haiku, Karina Klesko, US, Sketchbook, “Light a candle”

Choice Haiku, John Daleiden, US, Sketchbook, “Candle in the Wind”

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diamonds

sparkle in your eyes

candle flame

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Choice Haiku, John Daleiden, US, Sketchbook, “Candle in the Wind”

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All Choice Haiku poems can be seen here and here

 

 

 

Oct 122011
 

Delighted! My haiku “starry night” came second (tied) in the July/August 2011 Sketchbook Kukai (peer-reviewed contest).

Here it is:

starry night—
growing old
together

Delighted also that several of my fellow haijin from NaHaiWriMo did so well, esp Terri Hale French (1st), Michelle Harvey, Cara Holman, and others…

Two other haiku I submitted received no votes! Food for thought, of course.

The entire thread can be read by clicking here