Go Dog Go Cafe – Haibun

The range of haibun is broad and frequently includes autobiography, diary, essay, prose poem, and travel journal.
A haibun is a combination of prose and haiku.
The prose is brief and simple and usually written in the present tense.
The haiku should not attempt to repeat, quote, or explain the prose.
A haibun should be titled.


The Neighbor

My new apartment is in a building where the atmosphere resembles a hotel. Therefore I have a neighbor directly across from my “front” door that opens up into a hallway.

open, see Bobo

greeting ignored with menace

not liking wheelchairs


This week’s prompt is to write about an encounter with an animal. Go where the prompt leads.


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