Tag Archives: Haiku

Ronovan writes weekly #Haiku prompt #368

Miniature koi swim

showing off their gold armour

echoing Autumn

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Ronovan writes #Haiku prompt #367

To send the crowd wild

the band must strike the right note

both in harmony

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Ronovan writes #Haiku weekly challenge #366

Using homespun threads

an intricate web she will weave

before each day breaks

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Ronovan writes #Haiku prompt #363

Does a sparrow chirp

finding no desire to sing

by convention pressed

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Ronovan writes #362

The weighted drag net

makes the seabed desert dust

Ocean’s Silent Spring

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Ronovan writes Haiku weekly prompt #360

Strange sounds in the air

perhaps it’s a wisp of snipe

demons raise their guns

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Ronovan writes #Haiku #359

The actor may mix

the lines the audience hear

artistic license

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Ronovan writes #Haiku #358

Plunge your net downward

for the river runs rapid

still waters run deep

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #131

I decided I would take a photo

of the old Minster’s rose window

for when the sun shines down through the glass

you can see Saint Maria’s ass

as she leads it along the main street

in order to find grass to eat

but although I am not one to complain

sadly the weather turned to rain

so we went home, my camera and me

for there was no Pepper’s Ghost to see

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Ronovan writes Haiku challenge #356

Cluster of comments

in red ink on white paper

sense of foreboding

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