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Pure Haiku Open to Submissions #2

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Goddess Painting by Elisa Choi Ang

Here is the second theme for 2020. Write up to 5 haiku inspired by this beautiful painting by Elisa Choi Ang.

Don’t just take a quick look at it and fire off 5 haiku. Really look at the painting. See what’s in it, what’s behind it. Why has the artist used red and blue palettes? Who is the dancing figure? Show me things I haven’t yet seen in it!

There will be 35 slots for individual haiku plus space for up to 5 days for a single featured haiku writer.

The DEADLINE for submissions is 21st February 2020 at midnight.

Haiku written in English in the traditional/classical form (5-7-5 syllables) and based on the above painting will be posted on this site between July and September 2020.

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Pure Haiku is currently OPEN to Submissions. The THEME is CELESTIAL BODIES. This time, you are not allowed to use the words Celestial or Body / Bodies in your haiku/senyru (and you cannot use these words in the title, if you choose to provide titles for your submissions). I want to receive haiku/senyru that are […]

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Pure Haiku is still currently OPEN to Submissions.

The THEME is MONSTER.

But this time, you are not allowed to use the words Monster or Monstrous in your haiku/senyru (and you cannot use these words in the title, if you choose to provide titles for your submissions). I want to receive haiku/senyru that are implicit in their mentions of Monster.

There so many different slants on this theme. Please explore them all and surprise me!

The DEADLINE for submissions is 20th October 2017 at midnight.

MONSTER themed haiku written in the traditional/classical form (5-7-5 syllables) will be posted on this site in November & December 2017.

Please explore any meaning of MONSTER – I will accept both haiku and senyru.

How to submit to Purehaiku

If you would like to submit your haiku for publication on this site, please send a maximum of 5 haiku written in the

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