Monday, November 06, 2006

Halloween Haibun ... for One Deep Breath


This week's prompt for One Deep Breath is to write Haibun ... a combination of prose and haiku. Here is my contribution along with photos of the pumpkin carving my grandkids did while visiting us on the Outer Banks just before Halloween. Find more examples of haibun here.

PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO VOTE TOMORROW!!





Blue Sky ... mild ocean breezes. Deena makes the first cut. Aha, a lid!! Zoe and Noah scoop stringy innards, draw faces with magic markers on bumpy skin. Deena wields her knife once more, cuts eyes, a nose, a mouth with missing teeth. Sun fills the empty shell!!

orange orb
filled with slimy seeds
a glowing jack-o-lantern




5 comments:

deirdre said...

Great pictures. And it looks like you had good weather too. I like the story behind the poem. Each could stand alone and together they are even better.

Sandy said...

Your story is fun, and your poem and photos are great.

paris parfait said...

Looks like the perfect jack-o-lantern! What fun to create!Terrific photos and poem.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Very seasonal haibun and photos! Looks like great fun too!

cloudscome said...

I love how you combined the photos, prose and haiku. Lovely!