Thursday, June 26, 2014


This haiku is written in response of the Carpe Diem Haiku Kai prompt ''buttercups''. Carpe Diem is a daily haiku-meme and I am hosting it. This month all the prompts are modern kigo (seasonwords) for summer and this month (June) was really a joyfull CDHK month with a lot of nice prompts and wonderful haiku contributed by the visitors and members of CDHK.
CDHK ... feel free to visit and participate. It's a warm and loving haiku-family ....

the day ends
buttercups share their golden light -
the moon rises

© Chèvrefeuille

Credits: Buttercup
Do you like to write and share haiku? Than feel free to visit one of my haiku memes at:

Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, a daily haiku meme


Haiku Shuukan, a weekly haiku-meme (every Friday a new prompt)

You are welcome to visit and participate ... feel free ...



BelindaBroughton said...

buttercup light. lovely haiku.

janet said...

Hello, mine host. :-) Your haiku has a sense of peace about it and brings to mind that time just as day turns to night. Lovely.

I'm afraid I went a bit rogue today, but you did say to have fun.


Jules said...

I think I found some white ones by my creek this morning :)

Nice when you post a link, we can visit and leave comments - well we can always leave comments in the post too. :)

I found out some interesting information about the butter cup -
not safe for cows to eat. I added a nursery rhyme and a link to my post.

It is good to be home :)

Anonymous said...

a very peaceful haiku. I could almost feel myself relaxing to this!

PirateGunn said...

Beautiful - buttercups to moon..

Unknown said...

Hello Host. This is my first visit to your blog prompt. I loved the feeling of oneness among the writers and the way, you introduce the prompt. It seems like a well knit family.

Chèvrefeuille said...

Good Day Usha, thank you for your kind words. This is just a post in response on a given prompt at my daily haiku-meme Carpe Diem Haiku Kai.
Feel free to visit Carpe Diem Haiku Kai at:
or visit our weekly haiku-meme at:

You are so welcome ... maybe you can share even a haiku or two there.


Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Would the sun shine if there were no buttercups?

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous - the sun being passed to the buttercups and then being passed on to the moon - this is exquisite! :)