Did you have a good week? I hope so. I had a busy day at work and with writing essays for Wonder Haiku Worlds about haiku written by Matsuo Basho (1644-1694) a haikumaster. I also started a new weblog about Matsuo Basho on which I publish the same essays. Every essay tells something about a haiku by Basho and in every episode I write (or try to write) a new haiku in the Spirit of Basho.
Well ... back to this weeks Haiku Heights prompt "gem". Gem or the synonyms jewel, treasure or pearl. Again a challenge to write some new haiku with this prompt, but ... I have to try of course.
|Matsuo Basho (1644-1694)|
a gem stone
found among the goods
in the moonlit night
walking on the seashore
necklace of pearls
it's my treasure
grandma's necklace of pearls
the jewelry box
the shining stars
of the Milky Way
looking like pearls
the twinkling of raindrops
Well .... I think this was a nice prompt. Hope you did like my haiku :)
'till next week
This are very beautifully written...Loved the statue of Bosho on your page..
And every one a gem.
I can see you wrote a lot of gems..beautiful ~
gem from grandma, really sparkles around.
Wonderful~a family treasure certainly is a gem.
This is a gem.So beautiful :).
I humbly accept all your nice comments on these haiku. Thanks for coming by.
Very nice! I love each haiku...they are all beautiful!
Lovely gems in and of themselves. Very nicely done!! Bravo ~~
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