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HAIKUsutradhar: 20th October 2023 Anju Kishore

HAIKUsutradhar. weekly prompts

A FRIDAY FEATURE

20th October


Host: Kala Ramesh

Group Mentor: Lev Hart Prompter for August: Anju Kishore

OUR MISSION: 1) To provide a new poetry workshop each Friday, along with a prompt.

2) To select haiku, senryu, and haiga each month for the journal, haikuKATHA. Each issue will select poems that were posted in this forum from the 3rd of the previous month to the 2nd of the current month.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES


A Quick Note: Starting with our October issue (issue 24), haikuKATHA will only consider haiga and tanka-art submissions that showcase your original artwork or photos. No more using stuff from free sites or AI-generated images, because we want you to boost your creativity!


But don't worry, we're all about collaboration. Because we know not everyone can draw or take great pictures. If you team up with an artist or photographer and we accept your work for publication, both of you will get credit for the masterpiece you've created. Make sure it’s their original work as well and they are not restricted by other publications to share them.


Just remember, it's on you to get permission from the artist/photographer before posting their stuff. We won't be responsible for any copyright issues. So, please keep these changes in mind. Have fun!


Important: Since we're swamped with submissions, and our editors are only human, mistakes can happen. Please, please, remember to put your name, followed by your country, below each poem, even after revisions. It helps our editors; they won't have to type it in, saving them from potential typos. Thanks a ton!

1. Post a maximum of two verses per week, from Friday to Friday, numbered 1 & 2. Post only one haiku in a day, in 24 hours.

2. Only post unpublished verses --- nothing that has appeared in peer-reviewed or edited journals, anthologies, your webpage, social media, etc.

3. Only post original verses.

4. For each poem you post, comment on one other person’s poem.

5. Give feedback only to those poets who have requested it.

6. Do not post a variety of drafts, along with a request for readers to choose which they like most. Only one poem is to appear in each original post.

7. Post each revision, if you have any, above the original. The top version will be your submission to haikuKATHA. Do not delete the original post.

8. Do not submit found poetry or split sequences.

9. Do not post photos, except for haiga.

10. With haiga, post details re: the source of the visual image.

Poems that do not follow the guidelines may be deleted.


Founder/Managing Editor of haikuKATHA Monthly Journal: Kala Ramesh

Associate Editors: Ashish Narain Firdaus Parvez Priti Aisola Sanjuktaa Asopa Shalini Pattabiraman Suraja Menon Roychowdhury Vandana Parashar Vidya Shankar ***

PROMPT:


Week 3 This week, I invite you all to write about your profession. If there is anything that gives greater joy than loving what you do for a living, it is doing what you love for a living. Even if work isn’t exactly your first love, write about it. If you are a homemaker, there isn’t anything tougher, so write about it.


I have no examples to kick off this week with as I have not come across any yet! So let’s just write some ‘pro-ku’. No, it isn’t a thing. But it may just be, soon. Waiting to read your poems.

Anju Kishore.


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K. Ramesh
K. Ramesh
Nov 18, 2023

#1


exam hall...

evening sunlight on

the hands writing


K. Ramesh

Chennai, India


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Re: "evening sunlight on / the hands writing."

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The image in L3, "the hands" does not require an article, because the noun, "hands," is plural. However, "evening sunlight" does require an article, because the noun is singular.

Perhaps:


exam hall...

the evening light on

writing hands

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Radhamani Sarma
Radhamani Sarma
Oct 27, 2023

lemon crush

his counters' rush

his bread daily

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#2 feedback welcome

26/10/23


first spring gust-

a trainee's ether demo

in a skit


Amoolya Kamalnath

India

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Thank you 😊

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Sumitra  Kumar
Sumitra Kumar
Oct 26, 2023

#2 26/10/23

micromanaging

each one’s timelines

a startup boss


Sumitra Kumar

India

feedback welcome


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wanda amos
wanda amos
Oct 26, 2023

#2


the colours supporting her day



wanda amos

Australia


feedback welcome

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I think here 'the colours' can be regarded as a fragment and 'supporting her day' can be regarded as phrase.

Just my opinion. I may be wrong.

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