RonovanWrites Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge 33 Review


 My 1000th Post and what better post could it be than the Haiku Review!!!

New This Week

min-khorKhor Hui Min of Project Prose: “Thank you for dropping by.  This blog was created as a project for exploring the environment and the world through writing and sharing prose, photos and art. I hope you enjoyed your visit, and please do come again. The Haiku. Canvas of Tyrants. That’s my name for it. go check and see why. @MinKhor


lady-leeLady Lee Manila of Lady Lee Manila A Girl in Fringe, Pretty in Red : “Ladyleemanila, a girl in fringe, pretty in red Her brains swirl like that crazy cappucino smile”!From the About Page.  Now the Haiku.  Revolution This is my look it up Haiku this week. Learned some history and so loved it.


alka-gAlka Girdhar of Magnanimous Word: I chose this from her About page-“If words have so much power to change the world, then writers should make sure it is a positive change. Let’s keep our words generous and abundant in giving, forgiving, inspiring and sharing.  And that’s what I will try to do through my blog – by using words that convey truth, humour, sadness, romance, inspiration and much more.” I thought those words said so much. Now for the Haiku. There are actually 5 of them. So I will simply keep to War and Fame. Go read for the details along with explanations. She’s just starting her Twitter up again, so please go and follow her.

First to Enter Thunder Dome this Week:

t_a_wyatt_authorT.A. Wyatt of Finale to an Entrance: War: An Internal Struggle. A good story in a few words. If we all don’t experience this I would be surprised. Remember to go purchase a book on Amazon by clicking hereLinger is only .99 and The Mill of Maisonneuve is 1.99. @FinaletoEntranc

Mira of They, You And Me: Two this week in one. The first I will call Love is Fame. The second, Never Healing@BediMona

Faith Unlocked: War: What Is It Good For?. Okay, did anyone else start singing like Jackie Chan from Rush Hour when they saw that title? Okay, okay, okay, I’ll be good. This could be identifying a country I have heard of, or any country actually. @FaithUnlocked

Meredith and Martha of Meredith’s Musings Hee hee hee, Meredith said Phooey last week. I’m still laughing so I had to include it again.. Gotta love it.  War of Wits, Combat, Fame, and War. The ladies are really getting in to Haiku. ! @Meredithlbl

Sue Vincent from Daily Echo: Midnight. Someone is definitely an author.  Sue is one of our resident Authors. Click here  for her Amazon Author Page and all those books she’s written.  @SCVincent

Serins of Serins Sphere: War and Fame. Something of history.  @SerinsSphere

Nato of Chasing Life and Finding DreamsGoing to War. Two Haiku this week and they both have very good messages. And don’t forget that Michelle also has something else other than great writing talent going for her. Visit Michelle Lunato Photography. @MichelleLunato

SW ysobel of Spunky WayfarerFar Out Fame seriously. It’s out of this world. Need. At first I couldn’t think of a title. Then I sat and thought a while and read it through slowly. Finally it came to me.

Geoff Le Pard of TanGental:  Haiku to you, too.  So really there are two here. Dude is too smart. Seriously. And we have another author to add to our family. Go to Amazon to get Dead Flies and Sherry Trifle. I don’t know who Sherry is but I mean what’s she doing with the dead flies? But yeah, click here for Amazon UK and here for the US. @geofflepard

Buffy of Battered Wife Seeking Better Life: Lines of Infamy. Two Haiku with one title I came up with. It’s nice to know the words I am choosing lately are making people think. I don’t always like to throw out easy ones to do. We do have to stretch our minds and creativity at times. @BWseekingBL

Kimberly of K.S. Fause: Enemies. I always enjoy visiting Kimberly’s Haiku. She always  has a great painting to helps inspire her work and this week is perfect. You MUST go see it. @KSFause

Melissa of The Aran Artisan: Food Wars. Well, I have to say that I am very pleased this worked out. Love the story of how this came together. Who knew a family life would lead to overcoming writer’s block? Loved it. @thearanartisan

Elizabeth of Tea & Paper: Wild Fame. Okay, this one had me scratching my head. Then I read the comments. Whew. I mean it could mean a few things but wow. @TeandPaper

Canaf of Faithful Devotionals – Fame. Makes you think. Always a good thing. Still thinking. Makes sense too.

Marigold of Versus BlurbDeep Malignancy. I can’t even talk about it. Just go and look and read everything with it. Go and purchase Marigold Deidre Dicer’s book The Black Swan Inheritance from Smashwords, Kobo, Barnes and Noble or the iBooks store or purchase it from Amazon on Kindleby clicking here. @MarigoldDicer

Florence of Rambling On Blog: Weary. Sometimes it all just gets to be too much. @FTThum

Ruth of Mad Meandering Me: The Wars of the Roses. She doth return! Awesome, she comes with History in her quill. Doth the feather tickle? Hath I gone mad?

Wendy Anne Darling of Silver Lightning: Bound. Poor authors. So fearful of things and that holds them back. Did you know you can get Wendy’s book Silver Lightning at Amazon? You did? Then BUY IT!

Melissa M of This, Right Now: Ruin Porn. At first, with Melissa’s wit, I was expecting something else. Then I got a lesson. This week really brought out a lot of History from people. It’s just amazing.

Colleen of Silver Threading: Anne. More history this week. I suppose war does bring that out. This time there is something very poignant about it. Fame and war do go hand in hand. We would rather that fame never occur. Some fames we truly could have done without but we learned so much. Still wished it never had happened. @ColleenChesebro   ronovan-writes-serious-haiku-badgeMira of They, You And Me: Two this week in one. The first I will call Love is Fame. The second, Never Healing@BediMona Really everyone did great serious this week. But I had to pick one. But if everyone wants to take the serious image, go for it. I so loved this week. It was a great week of Haiku. ronovan writes humor haiku badge Meredith got it this week hands-paws-something down..  War of Wits, Combatr. I really appreciate Meredith every week more than I could ever say. Oh for me to be a few years older, or maybe just a few miles closer. @Meredithlbl   No Haiku from me this week.

And the closing Haiku:

When the war over,

The tragedy is revealed,

That fame is fleeting.

kate-needs-help   See y’all later, @RonovanWrites

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5 thoughts on “RonovanWrites Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge 33 Review

  1. I appreciate your recognition. Thanks so much. I like the closing poem. You said you didn’t write one, but isn’t this yours? I’m so grateful that you provide this site for us, and that you take the time to write the review!.

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  2. I bet you don’t remember or didn’t read, in one of the Blogging University classes one of my goals was to write with more humor. You validate the progress toward that goal 😀

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