Tag Archives: Chevrefeuille

Lesson of the Snail

Today at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai: “… a nice haiku  in honor of Chèvrefeuille’s master, Matsuo Basho. And now it is up to us to add the 2nd stanza of this Tan Renga … have fun!” I bow to my master Matsuo Basho told me the way to watch a snail  © Chèvrefeuille experience a […]
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At Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, we have a new episode of our Tan Renga Challenge (TRC) Month May 2019.   sunday morning all the waves in white kneeling on the beach  © Jane Reichhold a baby starfish sits on the tip of my ring finger  © The Abject Muse    

Grandfather Koi

Today’s goal at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai is to first create the 2nd stanza followed by a three lined stanza and a two lined stanza. Here is the haiku to work with: ah! morning glories are at their best while I chant my morning prayers  © Kyoroku near a sparkling koi pond dragonflies land on […]
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Full Snow Moon

As you all know Hineri means with a twist, so today’s challenge at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai is to create not only the 2nd (two-lined) stanza, but also the 3rd (three-lined) stanza and 4th (two-lined) stanza through association. For today’s Hineri Tan Renga Challenge I have chosen a haiku by one of our longtime members […]
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Carpe Diem #1608 Tan Renga Challenge Month 2019 (12) Spring is in the air *** the sky is bluer birds are singing once again caressed by sunshine (c) Kim M. Russell Flower petals reach upward Scenting the warm spring breeze