Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
What a joy to create another post based on "A Dictionary of Haiku" by Jane Reichhold. I was amazed to see such nice and wonderful haiku in response on our yesterday's post "cemetery" and that makes me happy.
Today we have dusk for prompt and I think 'dusk' needs no further explanation, so I will share the haiku by Jane Reichhold on 'dusk' and my own.
the wideness of things
fills the distance
a gull folds its wing
as the sea darkens
© Jane Reichhold
These are in my opinion really nice haiku, but that third example is one of my favorites. And here is my attempt to write a haiku about dusk, or inspired on dusk:
they hide in secret places -
And now it's up to you my dear haijin, visitors and travelers .... this episode is NOW OPEN for your submissions and will remain open until September 10th at noon (CET). I will (try to) post our next episode, full moon, later on. For now ... have fun, be inspired and share your haiku with us all here at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai.