Results of the past kukai in alphabetical order


Kigo Kukai
Free Format Kukai
acorn
apple
autumn rain
autumn wildflower
autumn wind
azalea
bare branch/tree
barefoot
beach
blanket
blossoms
burning
camellia
camellia (2nd)
catkins
cattails
chocolate
Christmas lights
chrysanthemums
cold night
crocus




dead leaves
deer
departing geese
dew
duckling/gosling
early summer
evening
equinox

February
firefly
first snow
frost








hail
halloween
harvest moon
haze
icicles
indian summer
iris
January



melon
migratory birds
mosquito
moth
mushroom
narcissus
nesting
new year
peony
planting
plow
pumpkin
pussy willow




red pepper
rose

sand
scarecrow
shell
shooting star
snowstorm
south wind
spider
spring
spring break
spring moon
spring rain
spring snow
spring sun
strewn leaves
summer
summer heat
sunrise

Thanksgiving
thaw
thunder
thunderheads
tree-frog
tyhoon / hurricane
valentine
winter clouds
winter rain
winter solstice
winter sun


yellow leaves
Y2K

aging
anger
alone



balloon
bell
birdbath
breakfast
bridge
button

cage
candle
canoe
charred
children
celestial body
cliff
clock
clouds
coffee
condom
curb
dance
door
driftwood
dust

earthquake
eclipse
embrace
feeding (birds)
fence
fire escape
flag
fork
fountain
fragrance
friend

garden
glass
grass
hand
headline
highway

ice cream



kitten
last bus
letter
mailbox
millennium
mirror





path
pebble
phone
pine (evergreen)
plate
pond
pool
porch
post
rabbit
reflection
river
rust
scent
school
search
secret
shadow
sheets
sick / ill
sidewalk
silence
sleepless night
sport
stairs
stove
street light
streetlight (2nd)
swing


tatoo
train




village/small town
walk
whale
window
wire
woods/forest
words


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