A haiku for you, in response to today’s one-word prompt from WordPress – Hideout.
A furtive escape
to the hideout of my thoughts...
“Haiku” is a traditional form of Japanese poetry. Haiku poems consist of 3 lines. The first and last lines of a Haiku have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables. The lines rarely rhyme. (Kidzone)
I got the idea of writing (or is it compiling) a found poem from the lines of my 10 favourite posts from Michelle W’s post on this week’s Discover Challenge – Retrospective. I will list these posts at the end of this piece. It is my effort to gather all the strands of 2016 in a fun way.
Continue reading Look at What I Found – a Retrospective Perspective
From floor to ceiling
Diamonds, emeralds and pearls
All mine…or a dream?
Foggy, still and cold
Endless meadows disappear
In the eerie fog.
WordPress one-word prompt: Eerie
Dancing and crackling
By the light of the fire
I slide trance-like in Continue reading My NaBloPoMo Firelight Haiku