Haibun Thinking: Week 3 – February 4th 2014


This week’s challenge form Haibun Thinking

Haibun Thinking

Week two has been as successful as Week one, and I want to thank everybody who took part. We all appreciate you joining us, and hope you will carry on doing so as we (hopefully) improve and grow. One fo the ways we can do that is with photos and artwork. If you wish to supply photos or scanned images of your artwork, or even your computer generated artwork, then you can send them in to:

haibunchallenge@gmail.com
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This week is “Art Week”. A piece of art and a photograph. The photo this week comes from Sally of mybeautifulthings, and the artwork comes from Anja of Oh Pithy Me

If you would like some idea on how a Haibun is formed, you can click on the “Example Haibun” page at the top which has a Haibun from each of the team…

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Haibun Thinking: Week 2 – January 28th 2014


Another Haibun challenge from Al

Haibun Thinking

Firstly, I want to say a huge THANK YOU to everybody who took part in our inaugural week. 21 people participated, so the team and myself are truly grateful and we hope that you will continue to join in.

This week’s non-photo prompt is used because of it being Robert Burns’ birthday in the past week. The photo comes courtesy of MaryAnn Holloway.

We look forward to seeing what you come up with.

Literature Prompt:

Gathering her brows like gathering storm, Nursing her wrath to keep it warm
Robert Burns

Photo Prompt:

If you would like some idea on how a Haibun is formed, you can click on the “Example Haibun” page at the top which has a Haibun from each of the team, or click on the froggy and have a look at someone else’s post.

We look forward to reading your posts. Please don’t forget to…

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