Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Sensational Haiku Wednesday - Secrets

dark mists swirl around
choking happiness, joy, love
bring on the sunshine


 Write a haiku based on the week’s theme.

“The basics: Haiku is simple! 
It is 3 non-rhyming lines of 5, 7, and 5 
syllables respectively 
(a great way to use your fingers!)”
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20 comments:

  1. Very nice. I need to go choke down a woo woo now :)

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  2. Yup, bring on the sunshine! Nice haiku. Have a wonderful day.

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  3. if we did not have the darkness though would we appreciate the light as much?

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  4. you summed it all so beautifully in a simple haiku. I bow to your talent!

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  5. I have never written any haiku and probably would be quite bad at it, but I like your non-rhyming expressions.;)
    xo

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  6. Oooooooh... such a DARK view today... It's SUNNY at my house! And IN my house too. I hope you find your sunshine.

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  7. Lovely haiku today Nessa. A secret surprise.

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  8. dark secrets? Sounds ominous. Interesting.

    Hope the sun comes out soon!

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  9. i know those mists. but there is always a promise of sunshine

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  10. love that last line "bring on the sunshine! Great Haiku Nessa!

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  11. Bring on the sunshine, indeed. Damned darkness...

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  12. Bring on the sunshine, indeed. Damned darkness...

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  13. I'm here by the name of Sunshine.
    Sunshine back home was an out-of-his-generation hippy who lived in a tent on a neighboring farmers farm. He was the grandson of my Dad's old schoolhood girl friend. About half the time Sunshine's lady friend lived there in the tent also.

    This is a nice haiku, Nessa. I've been scarce around the visiting places over the last week and more.
    But we are here for a little while now. I won't stay gone for so long anymore until I leave again.
    ..

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  14. I'll send you some sunshine.

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  15. I could never write a Haiku, I am far too much a chatter box !

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  16. Wonderful job!! Bring on the sunshine!

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  17. I know a Lady
    This girl can write her Ass off!!!
    Vanessa Kilmer.....

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  18. Bring on the sunshine!

    It has been raining here....

    Nice Haiku

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