Let’s Haibun Her a Tale – Dark Poetry for the Cruellest Month, 2016 (Day 6)

I’ve been in love with Shelle Kennedy’s “Madonna of the Flowers” since the very first moment I looked into her bright blue eyeball. I was all cackles and giggles when Shelle said that I could use it as this year’s Dark Poetry for the Cruellest Month’s banner. The piece writes all kinds of images out of my head, and I’m quite curious to read the yummy poetry it will craft out of yours.

Today’s Prompt – Write a haibun inspired by “Madonna of the Flowers”, created by Shelle.

“Contemporary haibun is a combination of prose and haiku poetry, sometimes described as ‘a narrative of epiphany’.” ~ Contemporary Haibun Online.With Soil, Sweat and Grit”, by moi, shows an example of a haibun. Have fun with it, my Wicked Luvs. Let it bloom, bloom, bloom…

Link Instructions – Leave the direct link to your poem as a comment in the following format: “Book Marked” – http://magalyguerrero.com/book-marked/

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