Tuesday, March 26, 2013

CKK #40 Results


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(None of the comments are from the kukai coordinator. Comments and votes of the players are anonymously stated)

Players: 1.Diane Mayr, USA; 2. Rita Odeh, Israel; 3. John McDonald, Scotland; 4. Cristina-Monica Moldoveanu, Romania; 5. Alex Serban, Romania; 6. Claude Lopez-Ginisty, Switzerland; 7. Richard Hill, Japan; 8. Tatjana Debeljacki, Serbia; 9. Keith A. Simmonds, Trinidad and Tobago; 10. Ernesto P. Santiago, Philippines; 11. Cara Holman, USA; 12. Lavana Kray, Romania; 13. Sandi Pray, USA; 14. Ralf Bröker, Germany; 15. Krzysztof Kokot, Poland;16. Robert Kania, Poland; 17. Cezar F. Ciobîca, Romania


FIRST PLACE #11 & 17

11
our last goodbye
pine trees shrouded
by the mist
--Cara Holman
Votes:27**** Points: 16
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17
abandoned chapel -
spiders weaving around Jesus
another shroud
--Cezar F. Ciobîca,Botoani, Romania
Votes:*41*1* Points: 16
Comments :


SECOND PLACE #7 & 13

7
in the garden,
an empty broken tomb,
shrouded in glory
--Richard Hill
Votes:*41*** Points: 11
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13
coyote bones -
will these stars be
my shroud?
--Sandi Pray Robbinsville, NC USA
Votes:231*** Points: 11
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THIRD PLACE #3 & 12

3
another young man
shrouded
in his country's flag
--JOHN McDONALD EDINBURGH SCOTLAND
Votes:221*** Points: 09
Comments :


12
mist shrouded hill-
nothing but a church bell's call
to hold on to
--Lavana Kray, Romania
Votes:221*** Points: 09
Comments :This one could be read in multiple--I like that!


RESULTS CONTINUES

1
shrouded gurney...
seeing only the blood
on the street
--Diane Mayr Salem, NH USA
Votes:****** Points: 00
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2
white shroud...
darkness wraps
this twilight
--Rita Odeh Nazareth, Israel
Votes:21**** Points: 04
Comments :



4
last handful of sand
folded into the shroud -
widow's sore lips
--Cristina-Monica Moldoveanu, Romania
Votes:**1**** Points: 03
Comments :



5
miracle -
printed in our hearts
shroud
--alex serban; romania
Votes:*1**** Points: 02
Comments :



6
The shroud is no veil
But the luminous shadow
Of the Eternal Sun
--Claude Lopez-Ginisty
Votes:*1**** Points: 02
Comments :



8
we bring the shroud
emotions are crying together
paradise and the eternity
--Tatjana Debeljacki
Votes:****** Points: 00
Comments :



9
Image of hope
in the mystery of pain …
shroud of Turin
--Keith A. Simmonds, T & T
Votes:*21*** Points: 07
Comments :



10
digging deeper
the shroud of language
seizes me in
--Ernesto P. Santiago,Philippines
Votes:*1**** Points: 02
Comments :



14
in his shroud
a breast pocket
her ring inside
--Ralf Bröker
Votes:1***** Points: 01
Comments :



15
the mysterious shroud-
I’m on my way to Emmaus
--Krzysztof Kokot, Nowy Targ,Poland
Votes:****** Points: 00
Comments :



16
Shroud of Turin –
the Face from the past
and from the future
--Robert Kania, Poland
Votes:11**** Points: 03
Comments :


Late Entry received while voting had already started


unfolding the shroud -
cherry petals covering
cheeless eyes of LORD
--STOPS Romania



Divine technology.
The Resurrection
frozen?
--Franklin Magalhães - Rio de Janeiro

10 comments:

  1. CKK welcomes Ernesto P. Santiago,Philippines ,Lavana Kray- Romania You can view first kukai results CLICK HERE

    19 poems were received; however only 17 were listed for votes and comments; because 2 poems were received after voting had already started.

    To STOPS and Franklin, a sincere thank you for sending your poems in; and i invite players to read and if you have any afterwords regarding these 2poems or any of the other 17 listed; please add your comments.

    Thanks everyone for making CKK #40 a success

    much love
    gillena cox, founder/coordinator Caribbean Kigo Kukai

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  2. Excellent winning haiku, and some other good ones too.

    I see that one of the best haiku there didn't receive any points, which is a shame:

    shrouded gurney...
    seeing only the blood
    on the street

    --Diane Mayr

    I really liked this, but it only received one vote:

    in his shroud
    a breast pocket
    her ring inside

    --Ralf Bröker

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  3. Thanks for stopping by Alan; comment appreciated

    much love...

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  4. @Alan
    U are right !
    What about my ... late poem ?

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  5. cheerless instead of cheeless !

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  6. thanks for stopping by Stops; hope you post early for #41

    much love...

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  7. a moving collection of haiku.

    Adelaide

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  8. Short summary of forty editions of CKK:

    http://bliskomilczenia.blogspot.com/2013/03/podsumowanie-pierwszych-40-edycji.html

    Robert Kania

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  9. Adelaide
    Thank you for stopping by

    much love...

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  10. Robert Thank you for the summary link; i will post it at our Facebook page

    much love...

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