Tag Archives: haiku

Haikus for fun

writing haikus fun
grammar not that important
just finish haikus

rhyming can be hard
so it is not always done
deep thought though, is good

it is fun to rhyme
it may take you much more time
you won’t get a dime

so some haikus rhyme
this one doesnt though, tough huh?
write your own, to rhyme

Deepest thoughts visit
minds wander with words written
pictures painted here

contagious writing
focusing minds a great task
with just a few, words

fun can be had too
if you chop a word when need..
of course that is cheat….



Fete Des Peres


The day has returned,

Memories, awake and stir.

You live within me.




Je t’aime papa
je m’ennuie de toi


The ultimate rush

This winter, that seems to not want to end…

To continue on, in its ignorant bliss…

Taxing overpowering afflictions… the fever of spring.

Expecting us to wait, to postpone, to procrastinate.

Silly winter, in your white blanket of self.

You, today encountered a stronger force.

Throw at me, freezing rain and snow, sleet even too.

blech I say to you, be off with you. I will wait no longer.


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Haiku times two, for you

Yay a bright warmish day…. but don’t hold your breath…. I saw our forecast for tomorrow.


Sunny days vanish

fluffy white tormentors

spring, a fading thought


Mother Nature, blech

stop, this nonsense right away

spring, should be knocking


Haiku, can you?


I did a group of three haiku’s a few days back.

All three were, in my thoughts, describing one word, which I did not reveal. I think I made it too hard, so I will repeat today.. well somewhat, but with the word revealed.


lol, I wanted to do a post and this is all I could come up with without writing another two thousand word post….

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Haiku two

Well what the heck, lets see if I can do it again. Perhaps a few times.

Haiku the sequel. version two.. or yet again.

But the topic I will not state, lets see if it can be guessed.

a clue, one word, four syllables, three haiku’s, three clues.

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Japanese poetry

  • Only three lines, totaling 17 syllables throughout
  • The first line must be only 5 syllables
  • The second line must be comprised of 7 syllables
  • The third line must be 5 syllables like the first

so why bother? I never have…

well until now. so why?

Why do Sudoku, why solve a crossword,  

To challenge your mind. 🙂

lets see how I did.

for my first attempt.

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