[I did this. Which led to this. Resulting in the following.]
[Also, did you know that “haiku” is singular or plural? The same is true for the word “you.” So, if I had ignored the foregoing, then the title of this post could have been: Four Haikus For Yous.]
[FYI – I prefer saying the incorrect title for this post better than the one I put on it. However, I’m too much of a grammar nerd to use the wrong title in print. If I did, what would Google think?!!]
blogging with tonic:
clever. smart. hilarity.
photos delight, children too.
with flute, music made.
at home in carolina:
friend, artist, walker.
studies French for fun.
writer. mother. coffee, please.
wonderful to catch!
17 thoughts on “As Promised, Four Haiku For You”
Ooh I love mine! In fact I like them all. Very good twist in the last line. Wonderful. Any plans to do any more of these competitions?
Polly, glad that you like. Haikuing [a word?] is rather fun, but I have no plans to haiku often. It takes too much brain power!
You nailed mine! I will cherish it forever:)
The only Haiku I remember writing was in 6th grade. I wrote:
Pretty pink petals
Floating downward from the sky
I have no idea why I remember that.
Beth, your haiku is lovely. Funny how you remember what you wrote, but can’t recall your 7th grade English teacher’s name! 😉
LOVED it! You definitely did your homework on the people you wrote the haikus about. I’m impressed 🙂
I’ll be sharing this later!
Jen, happy that you liked what I wrote. Don’t know that I want to make a habit of creating a haiku for everyone I meet, but just this once it was fun.
Wonderful! I like mine very much. But I do find myself pondering the “old-school.” Old-school blogging? Old-school collecting? Old and still in school? In any case, thank you for the lovely haiku, and the lovely compliment embedded therein.
alejna, I’m laughing here. I didn’t think of the idea that you might be older while pursuing your degree. I was using old-school in the sense of having been around the blogosphere for a long time– like me. We definitely keep niche-free personal blogs reminiscent of the early days of blogging. 🙂
Ah, yes, old-school personal blogging. Agreed! We are both niche-free personal bloggers of the old school. I think we need a logo!
And glad I made you laugh.
Ooh, a logo. Love the idea. You could scribble one for us. I bet that there are lots of old-school bloggers who’d like it. 🙂
p.s., thanks for reminding me to turn on my snow. 🙂
Zazzy, I do what I can! Poetry, snow– this here is a full service blog.
They are wonderful!! Wish I had won so I could have gotten one. 🙂
Margaret, so sorry but there will be no haiku for you. Doing these four was enough. Poet, I am not.
Very cool. 🙂
Thanks. It’s fun to do things like this every so often. Keeps my mind going.
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