Saturday, December 4, 2010

Haiku Weekends

Let's try some haiku.  Post your 5-7-5 syllable word tea, inspired by the picture of the week, on Saturday or Sunday.  Leave a link in your comment and be sure to visit a couple of other posts.  It'll be ok. . . trust me.

Haiku Weekend One

Endless sand circles
Yet single grains unnoticed
Remain after waves

Or

What is this pattern
Dark on light the circles form
What is the purpose

Or

Who made 5-7-5
As rules to pattern rhythm
It's just black on white

10 comments:

  1. My mom is genius
    Thinking, writing, haiku-ing
    What's the picture, though?

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  2. I don't do Haiku because I can't do Haiku and don't even understand Haiku but I want you to know that I am here looking at the twirly picture.

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  3. I just stumbled upon this; here's a little quick haiku love on that pic:

    Circling in white sand
    eyes blinded by the winter
    cannot see the sun

    ~hw

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  4. Fay,
    This is a nice challenge. Would you believe I've never written a haiku. I'll have to give it a try. Will do it here sometime.

    Thanks for your kind words on my blog.

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  5. What on Earth is a Haiku? I know what a Honda is.
    Brian

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  6. creative,
    love your invention of Haiku.
    you keep one think.
    keep it up.

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  7. Glad to Land at your fantastic poetry land today,
    How are you?

    Love your poetry talent, Please join us at Jingle Poetry Monday potluck today,
    First time participants can link in 1 to 3 old poems, poems unrelated to our theme are welcome!

    Happy Tuesday/Wednesday!
    Hope to see you in.
    xxx

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  8. signed in to follow your blog,
    welcome follow us back.
    keep smiling.
    your talent rocks.

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