This form, invented by Jericho Brown, combines elements of the Sonnet and the Ghazal.
You can find an example here.
POETRY . . . my journey along a metaphorical, metaphysical and meandering river
The haiflu is taking off big time, and although I am presenting it as a new form, it is has really become a community enterprise initiated by Liz Torc, revolving around lockdown Haiku and photographs. We are being invited to post any we write online with a hashtag so that others can find them.
|'... so how did it get so green?' Dean Parkin (Suffolk Cando)|
|This not-quite golden (?peat) shovel is displayed in the Somerset Levels, |
having come from the China Clay Museum in Cornwall
|Elgol, Skye shorelines|
|'... the best strawberries ...' Tim Gardiner in his piece, 'Between Storms'|
|... 'neglected by legends' ... Leanne Moden|
|Sunset at Wivenhoe|