Haiga, Haiku and #12: Worn And Used & NaHaiWriMo 2018


frayed button
at the top of a baseball cap
hazy moon


for #12 NaHaiWriMo 2-12-2018


NaHaiWriMo February 12 prompt: THE BUTTON AT THE TOP OF A BASEBALL CAP. Random number (600 G) provided by Samar Ghose.




Frank J. Tassone’s haikai challenge: hazy moon


19 thoughts on “Haiga, Haiku and #12: Worn And Used & NaHaiWriMo 2018

  1. aloha Rick, I love to see the different images the moon can create.
    I enjoyed your hagia. One of these days I’ll figure out how to do them too.
    Thanks for stopping by my post on the prompt – I might take that line you like and expand on it 🙂 – I like it too.

    aloha, Jules

    • aloha Jules. yes, the moon in so many ways, always new. there are a number of things to consider with haiga, justus with haiku. there are many (photo and other) apps that facilitate incorporating words into the composition within an image. i come from a visual arts background, so i find haiga to be a great form for me. cool on our own work as resource. way fun. aloha r.

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    • aloha Jane. my background is in visual arts. which is why i like forms with images. haiga allows me access to both written and visual components in one work. every chance i get, i like to play with my visual interests. thank you. aloha r.

        • yeah, exploring more than one medium is one thing. mastering either is still another. still, it’s fun to explore and try. it’s rare that we master things without trying—and a lot of effort in trying at that. best to keep at it i suspect. there is always more to learn and something that can be improved upon when we keep at it. key. pat. it. i suspect that’s the best thing to do. with a few breaks occasionally too. fun. aloha r.

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