December 2014

New Year Continuation

As it was Christmas and New Year, and only two people created Haibun, I am extended this week’s challenge from last week and go on to January 6th 2015 with it.

So the Freestyle is this weeks. The actual post for it is here:

Haibun Thinking December 23rd 2014 to January 6th 2015

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Haibun Thinking – December 23rd 2014

Welcome to Haibun Thinking.  A weekly challenge to get your creative juices running. The challenge is to create something from one of the prompts below using the form of the Haibun. A piece of work ending in a Haiku style poem of three lines. After you have completed it, please add your link to the InLinkz frog creature for all to read.

Thank you for taking part.

Haibun is a Japanese literary form that combines one or more paragraphs of your written narrative (prose) with a concentrated (short) poem – the haiku. Hai stands for haiku, bun stands for prose.

The haibun and/or the haiku present a relationship between the nature of the human experience and ‘nature’ (the natural order of life).

A piece of fiction or a memory finishing with a Haiku style poem.

This week is freestyle week.


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FILM PROMPT

“Carpe diem. Seize the day boys, make your lives extraordinary”
~ Dead poets Society (Robin Williams)

LITERATURE QUOTE

“Not all those who wander are lost”
J.R.R. Tolkein (The Fellowship of the Ring)

© Alastair Forbes

Starry Night © Leonardo Da Vinci

Starry Night
© Vincent van Gogh

Photo supplied by Terry Shepherd

Photo supplied by
Terry Shepherd

Haibun Thinking – December 16th 2014

Welcome to Haibun Thinking.  A weekly challenge to get your creative juices running. The challenge is to create something from one of the prompts below using the form of the Haibun. A piece of work ending in a Haiku style poem of three lines. After you have completed it, please add your link to the InLinkz frog creature for all to read.

Thank you for taking part.

Haibun is a Japanese literary form that combines one or more paragraphs of your written narrative (prose) with a concentrated (short) poem – the haiku. Hai stands for haiku, bun stands for prose.

The haibun and/or the haiku present a relationship between the nature of the human experience and ‘nature’ (the natural order of life).

A piece of fiction or a memory finishing with a Haiku style poem.

I am still in need of photos if you wish to donate some: haibunchallenge@gmail.com

This week is ART WEEK


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ART IMAGE

Starry Night © Leonardo Da Vinci

Starry Night
© Vincent Van Gogh

PHOTO PROMPT

Photo supplied by Terry Shepherd

Photo supplied by
Terry Shepherd

Haibun Thinking – December 9th 2014

Welcome to Haibun Thinking.  A weekly challenge to get your creative juices running. The challenge is to create something from one of the prompts below using the form of the Haibun. A piece of work ending in a Haiku style poem of three lines. After you have completed it, please add your link to the InLinkz frog creature for all to read.

Thank you for taking part.

Haibun is a Japanese literary form that combines one or more paragraphs of your written narrative (prose) with a concentrated (short) poem – the haiku. Hai stands for haiku, bun stands for prose.

The haibun and/or the haiku present a relationship between the nature of the human experience and ‘nature’ (the natural order of life).

A piece of fiction or a memory finishing with a Haiku style poem.

I am still in need of photos if you wish to donate some: haibunchallenge@gmail.com


get the InLinkz code

Literature Quote:

“Not all those who wander are lost”
J.R.R. Tolkein (The Fellowship of the Ring)

Photo Prompt

© Alastair Forbes

Haibun Thinking – December 2nd 2014

Welcome to Haibun Thinking.  A weekly challenge to get your creative juices running. The challenge is to create something from one of the prompts below using the form of the Haibun. A piece of work ending in a Haiku style poem of three lines. After you have completed it, please add your link to the InLinkz frog creature for all to read.

Thank you for taking part.

Haibun is a Japanese literary form that combines one or more paragraphs of your written narrative (prose) with a concentrated (short) poem – the haiku. Hai stands for haiku, bun stands for prose.

The haibun and/or the haiku present a relationship between the nature of the human experience and ‘nature’ (the natural order of life).

A piece of fiction or a memory finishing with a Haiku style poem.


get the InLinkz code

This week is Film Week:

Film Quote

“Carpe diem. Seize the day boys, make your lives extraordinary”
~ Dead poets Society (Robin Williams)

Photo Prompt