Thizz related Haiku (sort of)

During the writing process there are days when you just can’t get anything done.

You  need inspiration.

I did what all writers do in this situation – I logged onto to Twitter and cruised the #amwriting tweets.  This is where I discovered Haiku Monday (or was it Tuesday?).

I wrote this haiku:

“Paragraph or verse.
I string together my words.
Meaningful and terse.”

Then I started to write haiku as my main character.  It was a fun way to get inside her head.  Or just another way to waste time.  A little of both.

I’m going to start my own version of Haiku Monday with poems (not all Haiku’s) I wrote from Dani’s point of view.  Here is my first one.  Please feel free to share.  🙂


In case you’re wondering what the hell a Haiku is…..

Haiku (hi-koo) – a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five, traditionally evoking images of the natural world.

I dare you to write one of your own.  Right Now.  And Post it to me on Facebook or Twitter.  Or leave a comment below.

Peace. Love. Haiku.