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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!
Okay, well seems I'm the first - but I can't seem to size it right so here is a link to the full pic:
Opens doors to many worlds
All inside our heads
Onya Buff! That worked did it? I meant to announce here what that was all about and hadn't quite gotten around to it. It seems you figured it out on your own. Brava.
I'll write a thing soon to explain what I have in mind.
Oh that's weird. I can't click on it to get a larger rez. Did you upload it? I always upload each pic and that enables people to click on it, get the bigger rez, and then save it to their desktop (or wherever). Anyway, I'll follow your link here.
Well, I sorta figured it out - but wasn't sure how to do the high res. pic.
If you tell me, then I will learn, as I like to think I am still capable of doing so.. hee hee
a shed full of stuff -
a metaphor for a mind,
full of stuff to be shed
a plentiful land
rain brings its blessing for growth
good in abundance
What's going on up there?
No good closing the barn door
When the well runs dry.
all around surreal,
paradise awaits ahead,
just focus on truth.
the clock beckons storms,
water to renew the roots,
forms' fates held in sway.
An overfilled mind?
Climb outside of this mad place.
Sit and contemplate
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