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Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Carpe Diem #126, Hope
Dear haijin, visitors and travelers,
Today our prompt is 'hope' a wonderful one I think.I am looking forward to your haiku on this prompt. But ... again I don't have time to write a great post. So ... forgive me.
for a new future
first cherry blossom
This prompt will stay on 'till February 21th 11.59 AM (CET) and I will post our new episode, 'courage', later on today around 10.00 PM (CET).
Have fun, be creative and share your haiku with us all here on Carpe Diem.
By Chèvrefeuille - February 19, 2013
Labels: Carpe Diem, haiku, hope
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Thanks for hosting so faithfully! Cherry Blossoms sure are hopeful !!ReplyDelete
Thank for the excellent prompts :-)ReplyDelete
I was talking about how today to some kids and wanted to write a poem but couldn't figure out how to start, your prompt was the catalyst, thanksReplyDelete
lovely haiku ~ keeping true to nature ~ReplyDelete
Thanks for the invite to your blog. I enjoy the inspiring prompts at Carpe Diem.ReplyDelete
Nicely Kris, It's a tell tale sign! It'll bring hope to a higher level! Thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
Like the haiku, and I appreciate all the time you dedicate to this. I myself am a little behind on reading things--some times we all get busy.ReplyDelete
beautiful.. first cherry blossom... I can't wait for spring!ReplyDelete
I love the prompt and the whole series of hope and courage... You are creative kris with these awesome promptsReplyDelete
I think that this prompt was a tricky one. Nevertheless, we improve with the challenges.ReplyDelete
Hope is such a great word... love it. ;-)ReplyDelete