Time ebbing to dusk Wolves howl at the moon when hunter calls hunted Written for Ronovan’s haiku challenge – prompt words are “Moon & Hunter” Image copyright - Mind and Life Matters
Singing in the rain Swaying to the summer breeze A flower in bloom Written for Ronovan's haiku challenge - prompt words are "Sing&Flower" Image courtesy - Tattyan - Unsplash.com
I have always wanted to participate in Ronovan's Haiku Challenge. Finally, this week I have courage enough to post. The prompt for this week are the words "Top & Light." Here's my haiku for RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #100 Top&Light. ©Mind and Life Matters. Photo Clicked by Nitin Pillai.
I think this is too good to not share! Plus, it is the perfect opportunity for me to attempt my first ever Haiku. Do give it a try.
You might also want to hop over to Camster Origami’s post and congratulate him for winning the 2nd place in National Poetry Contest.
Well, here’s my feeble attempt:
Sky full of bright stars
Soothing sound of the river
New voyage beckons
I rarely ask you to reblog my posts, but today, please do! Why? Coming to that part, it’ll be at the end.
So what a bunch of you might not know is I’m a poet.
You also don’t know that I’m an alien.
But that’s beside the point. So, I won 2nd in a National Poetry contest. Yep! So today, I’m going to a) teach you how to make a Haiku and b) make the announcement that’s worth the reblogs!
So let’s get to it, shall we?
But I can’t rhyme, you say. It’s alright- haikus don’t usually rhyme!
So this first part sounds all complicated, but it isn’t: A haiku is a three line poem that has a syllable pattern. No! Don’t go running!
Dang it. Stick figure guy is out. But… it’s okay, it’s not that bad.
Line 1- 5 Syllables
Line 2- 7 Syllables
Line 3- 5…
View original post 96 more words