WHY DID YOU CLICK IT?!?!?!?!!?!?
I have no idea why I did that this week. I suppose to wake my regular visitors up a bit.
Gots ta have fun, right? Hey, don’t click out of it yet!
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Welcome to this weeks Haiku prompt challenge.
(Not the Wordless with Pictures. That one is out at 12:00 Noon New York Time.)
If you want to refresh yourselves on a bit of Haiku in English, although you do not have to stick to that particular style of Haiku, it’s just my particular style to use, click here.
For Tips and Guidelines refreshers click here.
This weeks two words to use in some form, meaning you can use another word that means the same thing are:
Before you start!
I have a link that will help you out. Remember for Haiku in English the total syllables are 5 for the first line, 7 for the second, and 5 for the last. This the Haiku I use. I don’t really hold people to that for this but if you want to do it in the 5/7/5 manner, the traditional way, then try that. The link I have for you is . . . howmanysyllables.com. Simply type in the word and find out how many syllables it has. Also for synonyms and antonyms go to thesaurus.com, I find it useful for finding a word to fit the meaning when syllables are not working out right.
Spirit & Flight
Sian is busy this week, so you have to suffer words all of my own.
Otis flees with cow,
Full of spirits for the night,
He is put to bed.
Can you guess what inspired this Haiku? If so, leave a comment.
DEADLINE: Noon on Sunday New York Time.
(I hate doing deadlines, but it takes quite a while to complete the rewind.)
I’ll comment and also choose the ones that knock me down for one reason or the other and link back to them in my Weekly Rewind telling people how great they were and why I picked them. Eventually these will turn into categories.
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