Prompt for Christmas Haiku

I had a prompt for Christmas haiku last year and decided to offer one again. I like this haiku better than the one I wrote last time, which you can read here. Cold and darkness reign. But one light from a stable Warms and brightens all. Leave your haiku in the comments. For more poetry… Continue Reading →

Haiku That’s Not Based on Nature

The form of poetry called haiku is a three-line poem with a strict syllable structure. The first line is five syllables, the second line is seven, and the third line is five. I love haiku because it forces me to choose my words with great care. Haiku usually uses some aspect of nature as its… Continue Reading →

Funny Haiku

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 →

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