Renga

Toad’s croaking

by the garden path

an upside down flowerpot

cottage for a toad

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croaking through till dawn rises

keeping me awake all night

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The haiku is written by Mark M. Redfearn; complimenting it are my two lines, thereby completing the renga. The usual a haiku a day post was published earlier.

For Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge # 2.

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Renga

Summer Spent

wind jostles the scarecrow

near the heavy-hung cornstalks

the summer is spent

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regular retches of cough

blowing out the corn husks

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The haiku is written by Jessica of Like An Apple; complimenting it are my two lines, thereby completing the renga.

I had already made my a haiku a day post earlier. This is a bonus post for today.

For Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge # 1.

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Haiku

Joy

communion-

where earth meets the sky

wings of joy flutter

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Word for today: Joy

Japanese: yorokobi

This is the last word prompt, signifying the end of A Haiku A Day’s Haiku Writing Month. I would like to thank everyone who participated and others for their support. I hope, we will together venture into such activities, sometime in the future as well.

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