Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
Here’s the FIRST National Haiku Day Poem I’ve found – Well Done Joelle 😀
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Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
Joelle with her contribution to National Haiku Day… excellent..
I love this idea! I’ll check in periodically to enjoy the fun you’ve started today.
Splendid! ❤ this. Rockin' the haiku love BIG time.
Thanks for alerting us to National Haiku day. 🙂
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Absolutely my pleasure! Although, I would have thought that having it on 3/17 would have been pretty cool… 3 lines, 17 syllables, right? Still, having it in the middle of National Poetry Month works too. Of course this is why they didn’t consult me. lol
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I like the 5-7-5, but I’m willing to try 3 lines with 17 syllables each. 🙂
No, that’s it… 5 syllables, 7 syllables and then 5 syllables, but done over 3 lines.. you got this! I was thinking that if they held in on March 17th, then it would be like 3 lines… 17 syllables You got this girl… Don’t change a thing. ❤
Sorry — my brain just “works” like this:
There once was a Haiku named Pete,
who thought it exceedingly neat
to press out his writing
in places inciting
complaints that I cannot repeat.
Doesn’t it creep you out a bit when really strange limericks just seem to write themselves? 🙂
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I love ya girl! ❤
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