RonovanWrites Weekly Wordless Haiku Challenge #17 Cars & Bridges

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



This week I decided to make it a little easier. Why? To be honest there are such great photography being used I want to see what’s out there. And I thought these two words go together well, but also do present somewhat of a challenge to those using their own photography.

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.

You can use just pictures and not put them in the format I have them here. I was being creative. The point of this is to have fun.

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.

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 you can perhaps use. . .

Cars & Bridges

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line? You do not have to do the prompt, it is just a prompt to make you start thinking of things.


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8 thoughts on “RonovanWrites Weekly Wordless Haiku Challenge #17 Cars & Bridges

  1. Oh, very cool! For the FIRST time I know exactly what I want to write about and even have a few images of my own that I can use – instead of cobbling together Wikimedia images. Hooray! This will be fun 🙂

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    • I decided to finally think of this more toward the photography side of things. All of you have such great images to share, I feel I have been wasting an opportunity here to see what you have to offer.


      • Hey, you have to go where your muses lead you, right? And the unusual nature of the prompts has led me to think way, way, way out of the box — which is always good. But this week will be so nice to use my own photos and a haiku moment that was captured along with those photos. 😀

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  2. Hello Ronovan! Like that you’re emphasizing photography, a good choice .. I think this is the most original photo challenge that I’ve come across in a long time … really interesting! Today’s wordless haiku can be found here: – it actually took me longer than I thought to put it together … had all the photos, but putting together a haiku was strangely difficult. Have a great week! Ciao!


  3. Hello, it’s me again … I decided to republish my wordless haiku on Silent Sunday … it has a BIG turn-out on Sunday so maybe more people will see your prompt (I’ve linked you there too!) I’d really like to see more people participate on this challenge 🙂


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