Done for Recuerda Mi Corazon
On April 17, 2017, Adjei Agyei Baah, (a world-renowned haiku poet from home) and myself facilitated a haiku workshop with students of the Creative Writing Class of the Department of English, University of Ghana, Legon. At the end of the workshop, the students came up with lovely haiku of their own, twenty-eight (28) in all. Adjei and I came up with one each. Mine is produced below for your pleasure 🙂
the cracks in my dream
(© Celestine Nudanu – 18/04/17)
(University of Ghana Workshop, 18th April, 2017, me standing before the class, clarifying a point)© Celestine Nudanu 21/04/17
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My haiku below was published in Brass bell a haiku journal.
bread and butter pudding
hot on my tongue
I woke up to wonderful news this morning. My Profile and Haiku have been included in The Haiku Foundation’s Haiku Registry. Yes, you read right! The prestigious Haiku Foundation’s Haiku Registry!!!
Very much appreciated, Billie Wilson and all the guys at the Haiku Foundation.
Please, check out the link below and read all about me, (Afua Peprah, aka Cestone, aka Celestine 🙂 🙂 🙂 ) and my haiku. God is good!!!
Re-posting this poem in celebration of International Women’s Day.
Woman, thy name is suffering universal
By tradition, prejudice, hatred, perverted passion and
the whims and caprices of man-made rules
Liberate me to reach the stars
For there I belong
Among the firmament
SuperwomanCopyright © Celestine Nudanu 08/03/17 Links for Haiku Rhapsodies: