His mouth tastes of soot As if he’d seized infamy With his outstretched tongue AdvertisementShare this:TwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Thank you =)
You’ve gotta love a haiku… short but gets such a point across… this is very sweet and very meaningful as well. 🙂
I do love haiku I’ve been obsessed with it lately so I know its time to get back to full length pieces but I am moving so its hard to sit down and just write. Thank you very much for your comment =)
Reblogged this on mindlovemisery and commented:
In my earliest attempts at Haiku I didn’t conform to the 5-7-5 rule so I have went back and reworked them, doing my best to keep the content
I think your best is doing just nicely 🙂
Thank you Jenny =)
5-7-5 isn’t a strict rule, just as long as it’s seventeen total syllables written in three lines.
Traditionally there’s also some inference to nature, but writers have been breaking that ‘rule’ for a long, long time now.
I think Senryu is what they call haiku that deal with human nature but I am not 100%. They weren’t 17 syllables either I had my own syllable configurations going so I wanted to whip them into shape haha Thanks so much Eric!
As long as you’re challenging yourself, you’re doing it WRITE!
Brilliant – I am sure he would have loved his description!! 🙂 🙂
Thank you Helen =)