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Monday, October 28, 2013
Carpe Diem #334, fence (provided by Lolly)
Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
UPDATE: My PC is repaired, so I am ON LINE again. (29/10) I will try to link all of your post into the linky widget.
I am late ... I know it, but my PC is defect, and so I have to make this post on my tablet. Today we share haiku on Fence provided by Lolly of 'a lovely thing'. So no pictures and no linking widget. I hope that my PC will be repaired soon. Would you please be so kind to share your link to your post in your comment.
This is my attempt to write a haiku on fence:
the fence is squeaking
just like last year
This prompt will stay on 'til October 30th 11.59 AM (CET) and I will post our new episode, Macchu Picchu, later on today around 7.00 PM (CET). Have fun, be inspired and share your haiku inspired on fence with us.
By Chèvrefeuille - October 28, 2013
Labels: Carpe Diem, haiku, Lolly
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The image you created with your "fence haiku" is more powerful than it would have been in any photo, Kristjaan. I am sorry to hear about the PC problems and fingers crossed for them to be fixed soon.ReplyDelete
Here's my haiku for this prompt: http://esengasvoice.wordpress.com/2013/10/28/carpe-diem-haiku-fence-provided-by-lolly/
Kristjaan I hope your computer gets fixed soon. That can be very frustrating. I like your haiku. Here's my link: http://haikuplatespecial.wordpress.com/2013/10/28/28-october-2013-haiku/ -- Cathy, Haiku Plate SpecialReplyDelete
So sorry about your PC .. hope you get it fixed/or a new one... and I sincerely hope nothing was lost... here is my link http://brudberg.wordpress.com/2013/10/28/carpe-diem-haiku-fence/ReplyDelete
And your haiku gave me a perfect impression... hope the storm was not too bad.ReplyDelete
I love your squeaky fence! Here's my link: IllegalsReplyDelete
Hope your computer is soon fixed!
Love your haiku Kristjaan, makes me feel guilt over my handyman prowes ;)ReplyDelete
Absent Fence PostReplyDelete
Ive been dealing with computer fun as well. We really become attached to things that breakReplyDelete
Oh no...computer problems! Hope it gets fixed soon. Love your squeaky fence. My link:ReplyDelete
Here's what I wrote: Backyard FenceReplyDelete
Sorry about your computer troubles. Here's my link:ReplyDelete
Nice juxtaposition of storm and fence...oh these computers.....headache...ReplyDelete
Hope your pc is fixed soon. And hope you and your loved ones are safe from the storm that I hear is raging in your country today.ReplyDelete
Hope your pc is fixed soon. Also hope you and your family are safe from the storm the new states is raging in your country.ReplyDelete
Glad that your PC is fixed Kristjaan:-)With this challenge,I too will have brought myself up to date with CD challenges-am so happy:-)ReplyDelete
Though I am unable to see Lolly's "fence",was very taken with your creaking fence-so realistic:-)
Off to jump on to mine now & read what others have written:-)
We have survived the heavy storm ... not without damage, my fence was broken and part of the roof of the garage. Everywere around in our neighborhood several trees were uprooted and branches broke off. But ... further .... nothing special ....ReplyDelete
Aw, Chev, your fence haiku is wonderful!ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your nice comments and your cooperation to share your links here in the comment field. I have linked the haiku which were posted by the comments. So you all can visit the other haiku-family-members (smiles).ReplyDelete
don't pay the ransom; I have escaped...... but seriously, my old computer finally died. I should have it repaired or get a new one within a week or so.....Miss you guys a lot.......opiwReplyDelete
Great imagery with your fence... and sound too. ;-)ReplyDelete
Glad to read all is well... had n idea you were dealing with storms and PC issues.... must be that mercury energy. ;-)ReplyDelete
I was late to the party but it prompted a haiku anyway :) though on a fence slightly differentReplyDelete