The Haibun is composed of two parts: written prose and haiku:
Insert one or more short “free verse” poetry (haiku) at the close of your prose or between the paragraphs. (see sample of a haiku below). The haiku represents a summation or an additional expression (so to speak) related to the written portion of your haibun.
SAMPLE HAIKU:haibun of being my template of expression essence of haiku
This week chose one of the follow two quotes as your prompt:
“A kiss is a lovely trick by nature to stop speech when words become” superfluous.” – Ingrid Bergman
“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” – Marilyn Monroe
Write and publish your haibun on your blog site, then click on the link box below (and follow the simple directions) to enter. For more details and information click on the heading HAIBUN CHALLENGE at the top of this page! To view a few haibun samples click here Ligo Haibun Challenges
Congratulations to all who entered last week! You written words are well fashioned works of haibun artistry! Good luck to all who enter the competition this week. Monthly honorable mentions will be given so … keep writing, I’m loving it!