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Lost in time #RonovanWrites #Haiku #Challenge 397

Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge 397 CROWN and GRIT.

The Coming Night
fading path . . . 
      the sea's cresting tide     
smooths the sand    

[haiku.] Copyright © 2022-02-15, by Lizl Bennefeld.

Synonyms used: crown = crest; grit = sand.

Image by kordula vahle from Pixabay

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Golden Song | #RonovanWrites #Haiku Challenge 345

Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge 345 Bird and Blow


autumn breeze
gold water ripples
sparrow song

Copyright © 2021-02-015, by Lizl Bennefeld.

NaHaiWriMo (Day 15)

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Remember Spring | #RonovanWrites #Haiku Challenge 344 #tanka

Claws of Ice

Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge 344 BITE and Teeth.


the biting winds sculpt
icy teeth on bare branches
freeze my hands and face

early spring’s sudden ice storms
coat the trees and city streets

Copyright © 2021-02-08, by Lizl Bennefeld.

NaHaiWriMo (Day 8)

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Cold Moon Kiss | #RonovanWrites #Haiku Challenge 343

Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge 343 BARE and Full


full moon snow landscape shadows
Moonlight Shadows

full cold moon
bare branch silhouettes
planets kiss

Copyright © 2021-02-02, by Lizl Bennefeld.

Image by GooKingSword from Pixabay

Context: “The decade is ending with a full cold moon kiss”, The Lonely Planet (December 2019).

NaHaiWriMo (Day 2)

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Response Poem (29 November 2017)

Brewer: For today’s prompt, write a response poem. The poem can be a response to anything–a piece of news, some art, a famous (or not so famous) quotation, or whatever. However, I thought it might be a cool opportunity to respond to a poem that you’ve written this month. If both poems work, it could make an interesting dynamic to have two (or more) poems that interact with each other.

leaves on edge
dance to autumn’s wind
jeté…temps levé

Elizabeth Bennefeld, haiku: Autumn Dance, Copyright © 2017-10-18

yesterday, leaves fell
today they spiral upwards
reaching for the sky

as nature strives for balance
who falls down, must rise again

Elizabeth Bennefeld, tanka, Copyright © 2017-11-29