Wednesday, October 23, 2013

CKK #47 Results


1. None of the comments during the kukai are from the kukai coordinator. Comments and votes of the players are anonymously stated
2. Poems remain the copyright of individual writers

Players: 1. Ralf Bröker, Germany; 2. Alegria Imperial, Canada; 3. Keith A. Simmonds T & T; 4. Zhanna P. Rader, USA; 5. Rita Odeh, Israel; 6. Gheorghe Postelnicu, Romania; 7. Bill Kenney, US; 8. Claudius Gottstein, Germany; 9. Kashinath Karmakar,India; 10. Ramesh Anand, India; 11. Yesha Shah,India; 12. Vinay Leo R.Bangalore, India; 13. Arvinder Kaur, India ; 14. Ajaya Mahala; 15. Paresh Tiwari, India; 16. Eduard TARA, Romania; 17. Angie Werren, USA; 18. Jayashree Maniyil, Australia; 19. Kumarendra Mallick Hyderabad, India; 20. Bouwe Brouwer, The Netherlands; 21. Robert Kania, Poland; 22. Diane Mayr, USA; 23. Sandi Pray USA



FIRST PLACE

13
early darkness-
on the wings of the egret
a hint of sunlight
--Arvinder Kaur,Chandigarh,India
Votes: 752*** Points: 23
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SECOND PLACE

12
unfinished
in early darkness
a robin's nest
--Vinay Leo R. Bangalore, India
Votes: 55**** Points: 15
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THIRD PLACE

16
Early darkness –
rereading a letter
in Braille
--Eduard TARA, Romania
Votes: 241*** Points: 13
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RESULTS CONTINUES

1
early darkness
children's laughter
flashing home
--Ralf Bröker
Votes: 21**** Points: 04
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2
early darkness—
tin sounds
roll off a bread bin
--Alegria Imperial, Canada
Votes: 11**** Points: 03
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3
early darkness...
farmers take advantage
of the moon
--Keith A. Simmonds,T & T
Votes: 221*** Points: 09
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4
Picture window -
the chrysanthemums swallowed
by early darkness.
--Zhanna P. Rader,Athens, Georgia, USA
Votes: 1***** Points: 01
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5
early darkness-
the still sea erases
some footprints
--Rita Odeh
Votes: *1**** Points: 02
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6
pregnant liquor -
gold cynidation
makes early darkness
--STOPS
Votes: ****** Points: 00
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7
early darkness
a neighborhood
of high fences
--Bill Kenney
Votes: 42**** Points: 08
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8
bikers' trip
early darkness
on the horizon
--Claudius Gottstein, Borgloh, Germany
Votes: 11**** Points: 03
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9
early darkness--
a mad man talking to
a billboard girl
--kash poet (kashinath karmakar),Ind
Votes: 12**** Points: 05
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10
early darkness
the children dragging
back home
--Ramesh Anand Bangalore, India.
Votes: 23**** Points: 08
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11
early darkness
my guiding star shines through
the dense canopy
--Yesha
Votes: 2***** Points: 02
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14
early darkness lust
protests to be further black
night saturates...
--Ajaya Mahala
Votes: ****** Points: 00
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15
early darkness –
Deepawali lamps flicker
my memories
--Paresh Tiwari
Notes: Deepawali - literary translated to 'rows of lamps' is an Indian festival of lights, in which numerous lamps made of clay are lit all over the house. In the growing metro culture, these lamps have conveniently been replaced by electric garlands and yet, those clay lamps and the smell of burning mustard oil always makes us nostalgic.
Votes: 41**** Points: 06
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17
early darkness --
shadows beneath the trees
swirl
--Angie Werren USA
Votes: 2***** Points: 02
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18
early darkness . . .
how slowly the breathing
drifts
--Jayasree
Votes: 411*** Points: 09
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19
autumn evening --
the clouds veil the sun
early darkness
--Kumarendra Mallick Hyderabad, India
Votes: ****** Points: 00
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20
early darkness
a yawn passes through
the waiting room
--Bouwe
Votes: 51**** Points: 07
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21
early darkness
road ends
at dawn
--Robert Kania, Poland
Votes: 12**** Points: 05
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22
annual search
for the timer instructions
...early darkness
--Diane Mayr, writer
Votes: *1**** Points: 02
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23
only a shadow
where the old cat dreamed -
early darkness
--Sandi Pray USA
Votes: 12**** Points: 05

1 comment:

  1. Dear haiku friends this #47 is our last kukai for year 2013;
    Happy Holidays to all, and, see you in 2014

    CKK welcomes: Yesha Shah. To view our very first kukai CLICK HERE

    Thanks to all participants for making CKK#47 a success

    much love
    gillena cox; founder/co-ordinator Caribbean Kigo Kukai

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