My last prompt of April combines my two themes, National Humor Month and National Poetry Month, into a funny haiku. I love haiku but working in the humor was difficult. If you want to read how it’s done, visit Lori Z. Scott’s poems. The weird thing is I wrote this poem almost a week before… Continue Reading →
I haven’t had a poetry prompt in awhile, so here’s one for Christmas Haiku. My haiku has seventeen syllables but not in the correct lines. Instead of lines of five, seven, and five syllables, I have lines of five, six, and six syllables. But I thought the lines worked better than way. When darkness descends… Continue Reading →
This month, my theme is poetry and figurative language. Here’s my haiku to celebrate the new season. IF you write a haiku, feel free to share it below in the comments. Reaching, stretching, shoots Push through darkness for one chance To grasp a sunbeam.
I haven’t had a poetry spark since April, so to celebrate the beginning of fall this Saturday, write a haiku for autumn. The poem above is haiku. I split up the lines to get it to fit on the picture. Write a haiku and share below.
I haven’t had a poetry prompt in a long, long time, so here we go with a prompt for a winter haiku. My oldest took this photo when my family and I went birding on New Year’s Eve Eve. A flock of over a hundred swans milled about in a cornfield as we headed to… Continue Reading →