- Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge Month 2017 Chained Together 2
- Preview E-Book "In The Way Of Basho"
- Tan Renga the short linked chain of two stanza
- TROIKU, A new form of haiku
- Preview CDHK E-book "Flamingo Clouds" Troiku
- Carpe Diem's Library
- Carpe Diem's Kukai ...
- Carpe Diem Lecture 1
- Carpe Diem Lecture 2
- Carpe Diem Lecture 3
- Prompt Suggestions
Adrian von Ziegler (26) afriku (7) autumn (137) Basho (230) big five (29) Buddhism (71) Buson (55) Carpe Diem (1215) Carpe Diem Imagination (47) Carpe Diem Kamishibai (10) Carpe Diem Kukai (12) Carpe Diem Little Ones (13) Carpe Diem Make the Haiku Complete (7) Carpe Diem Special (215) Carpe Diem Tan Renga (100) Chiyo-ni (27) classical kigo (179) Ghost Writer (40) haibun (78) haiku (1922) inspirational music (93) Issa (75) Jane Reichhold (260) Karunesh (31) Kukai (16) Managua Gunn (11) Modern Spring (21) modern summer (31) Paulo Coelho (74) Santiago De Compostela (36) Shiki (39) Shikoku Pilgrimage (54) Summer (76) tanka (354) Tarot (35) Trans Siberian Railroad (26)
Monday, July 13, 2015
Carpe Diem Haiku Riddle #1 introduction to a new feature, just for fun and distraction
Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
I had a bit spare time so I thought about some new features here at CDHK, but I even thought "a new feature just for fun and distraction would be awesome". And so I came up with this new feature which I have titled Carpe Diem Haiku Riddle and the goal is to try to find the right pieces (one line of a haiku) of a series of three torn apart haiku. You have to create the three haiku as before they were torn apart. Just for fun ... no prompts, no obligations, just for fun. Of course I will give you the solution of the riddle at the end of this episode.
Here is the first Haiku Riddle:
I hope you all have found the three haiku hidden in this first Haiku Riddle episode ... remember it's just for fun.
To find the solution you can click HERE