white-gloved petal hand orange scent of abundance a wave and it’s gone Kim M. Russell, 4th June 2018 My response to Carpe Diem #1446 mandarin orange blossoms (hana tachibana) Today’s classical kigo prompt is ‘mandarin orange blossoms’.
She hobbles over cobbles, oblivious to the flash of gold-finches in the branches of dusty urban trees. They tinkle as they gather round dandelion puffs to eat seeds, collect fluff for their cobbled-together nests, while she’s still looking for a night-time place to rest. Kim M. Russell, 4th May 2018 My response to dVerse Poets […]
under the willow grass tickling between bare toes leaf shadows dance Kim M. Russell, 4th June 2018 My response to Carpe Diem #1445 cooling on the porch (hashi-i) It’s June and we are exploring classical kigo of summer (and winter). Today’s classical kigo is ‘cooling on the porch’ (hashi-i). We have a front porch, an […]