Hannah (apathykisses) wrote,
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Writer's Block: Sharing Haikus

The Japanese haiku poet Basho once wrote, "Old pond / a frog jumps / the sound of water." Try writing some of your own haikus about the little things in your life. A haiku generally consists of a five-syllable line, a seven-syllable line and a second five-syllable line. You can also use any combination of ten-to-fourteen syllables.
soft delicate moon
bathing the sky in magic
black and white and red

white canvas standing
before me, tall and infinite
pictures in my head

sandalwood incense
gentle wrappings of smoke dust
tangles of my thought


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