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Writing Challenge 2, March 2019 - Haiku-

Contest Judged:  3/17/2019 2:49:00 PM
Sponsored by: Dear Heart | Send Soup Mail
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 PlacePoemTitlePoet
Contest Winner Medal 1 plucked orchids-- haiku nette onclaud
Contest Winner Medal 1 haiku - dreaming Eve Roper
Contest Winner Medal 1 SPRING JAN ALLISON
Contest Winner Medal 1 springtime Larry Bradfield
Contest Winner Medal 1 Crimson Falling Lu Loo
Contest Winner Medal 1 soft scarlet flutters Connie Marcum Wong
Contest Winner Medal 1 Nature Haiku Tom Cunningham
Contest Winner Medal 1 haiku-stream swell Warren Doll
Contest Winner Medal 2 - Haiku X 148 - The Peril Of False Spring - Sunshine Smile
Contest Winner Medal 2 Signs of Spring Sandra Haight
Contest Winner Medal 2 spring rebirth Tania Kitchin
Contest Winner Medal 2 From my window jack horne
Contest Winner Medal 2 Dance of Snapdragons Edward Ibeh
Contest Winner Medal 2 Honey Bee Andrea Dietrich
Contest Winner Medal 2 MIRACLES WITHIN HAIKU Ann Gilmour
Contest Winner Medal 3 On freedom's wings Wendy Watson
Contest Winner Medal 3 Dandelions Bloom Emile Pinet
Contest Winner Medal 3 haiku- weeping willow Barbara Gorelick
Contest Winner Medal 3 nightlife george seal
Contest Winner Medal 3 GREY CLOUDS Line Gauthier
Contest Winner Medal 3 haiku - hurricane bashes beach Carolyn Devonshire
Contest Winner Medal 3 Providential Picnic Carol Connell
Contest Winner Medal 3 haiku - seasoning Maureen McGreavy
Contest Winner Medal 3 Rising Dust Subimal Sinha-Roy
4 Spring Time Sandra Weiss
4 Seasons Jennifer Soeder
4 Springing Love Winged Warrior
4 springtime frolicking Abdul Malik
4 BUTTERFLY Martin Brown

Contest Description

THERE WILL BE MULTIPLE PLACEMENTS IN THIS CONTEST.

One only, new, dated Haiku . . . 5/7/5 syllables

I do not claim to be an expert on Haiku, but I have gathered enough knowledge to judge this contest with some degree of expertise.

For this contest you will write me a nature Haiku, ONLY NATURE. Written in the moment.(like it is happening right now)

line 1 - 5 syllables

line 2 - 7 syllables, with a turn indication of three dots . . .  or a dash -

line 3- 5 syllables... this is the turn of direction

no capitals and no punctuation

you can make your title meaningful to the haiku 

 

Example of a haiku I wrote  

haiku - ocean waves

beneath ocean waves
a boat lays ever caressed-
rainbow fish explore 
                              

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