Carpe Diem’s Crossroads Haiku 031518

Solitude and sand
mix with salty ocean breeze –
Winter dreams of spring

– Written for Carpe Diem Haiku Kai’s Crossroads haiku. The object is to fuse two haiku together to form a new creation. The two original poems and explanation are here.



Haiku 030718

white tufts drift on the wild wind
Spring patiently waits

– This haiku was written using RonovanWrites’ explanation of an English haiku. Photo from

How Stanislavski Reinvented the Craft of Acting | a short film | Haiku Review Challenge

The Method

emotions flow free
actor and character merge
imparting their truth

– This was written for the secret keeper’s Haiku Review Challenge. The prompt is to write a review of the short film in haiku form. Click through to read more “How Stanislavski Reinvented the Craft of Acting.”

Sunday Trees #321 010718 & Haiku

thoughts of warm days and
verdant trees fuel fortitude
on a frosty night

– On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea’s Sunday Trees #321 – January 7, 2018. I wrote a haiku for this day as well. Photo ©2018 Leara Morris-Clark.

Winter’s Morn

rhythmic dripping of
icicles in winter sun –
a slow morning burn

– Written for Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge #180. Word prompts were “slow” & “burn” or synonyms of those. Photo from