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Haiku Tuesday


noun \ˈhī-(ˌ)kü\

plural  haiku

Definition of HAIKU (from Merriam Webster)

: an unrhymed verse form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually five, seven, and five syllables respectively; also   : a poem in this form usually having a seasonal reference  — compare tanka
I am not the best at haiku, but I do love to write it. Writing haiku makes me think. Sometimes I get it right, and it paints a picture of a moment in time. Other times, I’m a little off in my words. But all in all — it’s a ton of fun.
I hope you enjoy the ones below and decide to write your own. Share them in the comment section, please!!
Bloodhound at my feet
bullfrog’s song lulls us to sleep
southern fairy tale
Dragonflies ballet
cattails bend in silent awe
Carolina art
Sunrise calls to me
A new adventure begins
her name is Today

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