Ronovan Writes Weekly Wordless Haiku Challenge #1

Wordless Haiku ChallengeI first want to thank DazzlingWhimsy for creating this badge for the challenge.

 

Welcome to the first Weekly Wordless Haiku Challenge.

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here.

No words or numbers of any kind can appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created last week.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge; You created your own wordless Haiku for Wednesday or any day really, then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (or copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

If some of you would like a theme to prompt you what to begin thinking of let me know in the comments and I will begin including one for those who would like it. Perhaps this week it could be Soccer and Defeat in honor of the World Cup championship.

 

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18 thoughts on “Ronovan Writes Weekly Wordless Haiku Challenge #1

    • I only started Haiku after I started this blog. It is a great challenge. It takes a little time to get the syllable structure down but then it gets to be fun.

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    • One person put the solution at the end of their puzzle, but you can do a new post on Thursday if you like giving the solution. 🙂 It’s up to you. I think the next day would be a little more fun perhaps. Plus I would and the others would get to visit your lovely blog even more often.

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