Month: October 2013

Temple of Artemis

Flat lands lay in sweet surrender In memory of splendour Artemis lived here —————————————————————————————————————— Above in response to Carpe Diem Haiku: This challenge is to create a haiku to “Temple of Artemis”

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“Halloween Night”

Halloween night — the fisherman dressed as a scarecrow (Garry Gay) Knee deep in cloak and bait he stumbles in darkness and soot till dawn seduces him (Anne Chia) ————————————————————————————————————– Above in response to Carpe Diem Haiku: This challenge is to create a second stanza to Gary Gay’s Haiku “Halloween Night”

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Glory And Brilliance

He did not say much, never did. In all the years the teachers and students knew him, he never said more than was necessary. He was known for some words which he spoke in exhilaration as his students blossomed under his direction. “Glory, glory. The brilliance, the brilliance.” So it was appropriate that when his […]

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