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Haiku are a form of Japanese poetry that are written in three lines with a syllable count of five, seven, five. But don't let that stop you writing whatever you like. There are no fascists here and any contribution you wish to make is welcome. Here we seek the sublime, and if we can't have that, we'll just have a laugh. It's all good.
With the current picture as your inspiration, pile in to the comments and have a go. At the end of the week I pick five and put them on the front page.
As the Japanese say - Let's enjoyment haiku!
my heart breaks and yet
even I am beautiful
to another's eyes
Immersed in water
Sinful;Emerge life reborn
Crawling onto shore
I am getting concerned that like sudoku, I will get hung up on these??
sacred sunset reveal
in any directions
sun with his dragon
Hats off to you marvellous people,
Dont' worry Pen. Sudoku is soulless. This is the opposite. Not that there's anything wrong with sudoku...
And ciao lua, you might be interested to know that this illustration was done by a lovely Italian fellow, Jose, I used to work with in Corso Magenta. Bellisimo, no?
while it may be soulless, it can get dam addictive!
fortunately I have mellowed on that quite a bit.
just one a week , right?
I can speak Japanese or is it Chinese anyhow I'm good at this (Yoda taught me)
the morning paper
adorning the front page
me myself I
Kevin Rudd (APM)
His cake of soap head
will always be squeaky clean.
As per Rupert's deal.
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