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Monday, 7 May 2012

Challenges for May

We have two challenges for May:
weather
recycling

Both topics are broad ranging. Either a traditional haiku with a seasonal reference or a haiku without would be suitable.

You are welcome to post other Japanese genres also.

12 comments:

  1. In the day, it's bright

    Later on, it rains, so that

    All the flowers grow.

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  2. Please pick up a can

    When you are done with soda

    Put it in blue bin

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  3. quilt cover
    a new pattern
    autumn patchwork

    a gust of wind
    leaves roll over
    start again

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  4. Plastic and paper

    Recycle them to keep clean

    This makes trees happy

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  5. It rained yesterday

    Scary wind and loud noises

    Now it is all gone.

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  6. apple blossom 

    spreading the potash of him
    
under his tree

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  7. storm front
    in the kitchen
    PMT

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  9. africana flower
    shrivelling
    crimson sunset

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  11. Clear blue skies today
    It is springtime where I live
    I like to go out

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  12. Summertime is here

    I watch my friends go swimming

    They look like fishies

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