#AtoZChallenge ‘U is for Umbrella’ #Haiku #NaPoWriMo #PoetryMonth

This photo was lent by my friend and colleague Mari Carmen Rios. 
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Umbrella

Cracked wall, weathered door

Multicoloured umbrella

Both sides of our coins

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This year is my fourth AtoZ Challenge. My theme this year is poetry once again. I’ll be writing a haiku a day, but I’m also adding a new hobby to the posts, photography. I will post one of my photos, or a donated photo, every day to accompany my haiku.

 

This April, I’ll also be sharing my poems and joining another group of poets at National Poetry Writing Month, organised since 2003 by Maureen Thorson. Write 30 poems in 30 days. I’m in! What about you?

#AtoZChallenge ‘R is for Rainbow’ #Haiku #NaPoWriMo #PoetryMonth

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Rainbow

Under the rainbow 

Somewhere a wish is granted

Bluebird sings love song

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This year is my fourth AtoZ Challenge. My theme this year is poetry once again. I’ll be writing a haiku a day, but I’m also adding a new hobby to the posts, photography. I will post one of my photos, or a donated photo, every day to accompany my haiku.

This April, I’ll also be sharing my poems and joining another grou of poets at National Poetry Writing Month, organised since 2003 by Maureen Thorson. Write 30 poems in 30 days. I’m in! What about you?

#AtoZChallenge ‘P is for Pure White’ #Haiku #NaPoWriMo #PoetryMonth

Today I’d like to thank Paul Militaru for this beautiful photo which he recently posted on his blog,  Check out his blog, where you can see all his fabulous photographs.

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Pure White

Pure white daisies smile

Like bridesmaids at a wedding

Dancing while groom waits

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This year is my fourth AtoZ Challenge. My theme this year is poetry once again. I’ll be writing a haiku a day, but I’m also adding a new hobby to the posts, photography. I will post one of my photos, or a donated photo, every day to accompany my haiku.

This April, I’ll also be sharing my poems and joining another group of poets at National Poetry Writing Month, organised since 2003 by Maureen Thorson. Write 30 poems in 30 days. I’m in! What about you?