Līgo Haibun Challenge – Picture Prompt

Since another Friday is right at the door, welcome to a new Līgo Haibun Challenge!

This week is the image one, and we have two pictures from Suzanne to choose from to use as inspiration for your haibun.

Suzanne says when she was a child her father called her a changeling for he could not understand her and feared she was a faerie child. In the years since she has wondered if he was right for she has always found it hard to fit within the constraints of mainstream society, and through a combination of inclination and fateful events she has never followed a conventional path.

She was widowed young and raised her children alone and did not make it to university until later in life. She obtained a degree in Visual Art and an MA in Literature, and is tossing up whether or not to apply to start a Masters of Visual Art next year for she loves learning, and travel too has been a great teacher.

“All my life I have sought to look beneath the surface and to consider the deeper meaning of my experiences,” she says, “glimmers of understanding have emerged over time and I seek now to track them in art and writing.”


We would appreciate it very much if you could link the credit back to Suzanne’s blog. We also ask that one of the pictures be used as we do want to showcase the art and talent of our haibun writers or potential haibun writers.




Let your imagination flow and don’t forget to add your haibun to the Inlinkz collection, please! Good luck! 

You can find more information here: Weekly Haibun Challenge – Picture Prompt Week

7 thoughts on “Līgo Haibun Challenge – Picture Prompt

    1. You don’t have to do the different forms – they are just suggestions.
      At least that’s my take. I bend ‘suggestions’ all the time. Don’t let that stop you from doing what you enjoy.


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