Līgo Haibun Challenge – Word Prompt

Another Friday is here what means it is also time for a new Līgo Haibun Challenge. Welcome! It was a true pleasure to read the entries from the previous week – such a variety of original and unexpected interpretations. I hope you enjoyed writing your haibun as much as I enjoyed reading them!

We have compiled a list of Honourable Mentions below:

Sun: powerfully-written and intense. A stark haibun felt to the bone.
http://seraphim6.me/2013/10/14/endless-winters-ligo-haibun/

Yarnspinner: we particularly liked his haibun about disconnection with nature because of the role nature plays in haibun.
http://yarnspinnerr.wordpress.com/2013/10/14/ligo-haibun-challenge-the-sky/

Al: an endearing snapshot of childhood.
http://kattermonran.com/2013/10/11/ligo-haibun-challenge-memories/

Bjorn for a haibun with darkness, or light at the end of the tunnel, depending on the way to look at it. Written in the third person, but it needed to be.
http://brudberg.wordpress.com/2013/10/15/his-fathers-fists-ligo-haibun/

Ese: original and intimate, with well-written haiku.
https://esengasvoice.wordpress.com/2013/10/12/the-ligo-haibun-challenge-swinging-memories/

And now – the prompt words for this week:
Treasure           OR           Despair.

Your can find out more about haibun here: What Is A Haibun?
Let your imagination flow  and don’t forget to add your haibun to the Inlinkz collection, please! Good luck!

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