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Rita Odeh

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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Last call for "rainbow" Kukai

Last call for "rainbow" Kukai in the International Monthly Kukai Contest closing Midnight June 10.

Dear Friends, Welcome to the International Monthly Kukai.
Please bookmark our blog: https://rita-odeh.blogspot.com
Please find below the topic for the JUNE 2012 edition.
Submission deadline -- Noon, EST, (UTC-4) Sunday, JUNE 10.

Ballot: A ballot with instructions will be e-mailed to each participant shortly after the close of submissions.

Voting deadline -- Noon, EST, (UTC-4) Wednesday, JUNE 20.
Results will be on blog no later than , JUNE 30.

Participants may submit up to THREE entries.
Do NOT enter any haiku previously published,
work-shopped or shared.

Your haiku entries should remain anonymous until we post the results.

Participants may vote as long as they have submitted at least ONE entry to the kukai.


1) Address all Kukai correspondence to: international_kukai@yahoo.com
2) PLEASE use the exact subject "JUNE Submission" for the subject line.
3) Please sign your submission with your name and country of residence.
4) Write your entry/ies in the body of the email.
Attachments are not accepted.
5)Haijin who enter the kukai will automatically be sent a ballot
shortly after the kukai closes, after midnight on the 10th of each month
with the voting instructions.



The KIGO SECTION requires haiku using the designated seasonal subject or keyword used with seasonal reference.
Our kigo subject for JUNE 2012 is "RAINBOW".
Entries must state or strongly image the topic.

Kigo sample:

dawn light-
on the farmer's forehead,
a double rainbow

~Rita Odeh

Send Kigo entries to: international_kukai@yahoo.com
Subject: "June Submission"

Enjoy the Challenge...!

Rita Odeh and John Daleiden
International Kukai


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