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I would like to start a Haiku Poem Challenge. All you have to do is write about any thought you have, but it can only be three lines. Each line has a rule that must be followed. The first line must be 5 syllables, the second line must be 7 syllables, and the third line must be 5 syllables.The 5-7-5 syllable rule is because this is how you write Haiku poetry. I know there are different styles of Haiku poetry, but I really do not know what the style of Haiku poetry that I usually write in. I write mostly inspirational Haiku poetry, but, it is fun to see how a simple thought can become a Haiku poem. It can be as simple or mysterious as you want to make it.
Today is special
tomorrow is special too
Please enjoy your day
We love you our child
Do not be scared little child
Live your dream always
Walking is healthy
I love to walk in the park
with my dog Gizmo
See, you can write Haiku poetry about any thought. Surprise us, and tell us what is on your mind today, through a Haiku poem. If your lines are too long just substitute a similar word to fit how many syllables are needed. It is easy and fun! Nobody has to nominate anyone!
Come join in the fun
Learning to write poetry
can uplift the world
I’ll think about doing this. Thanks for sharing some of your haiku. Your last one is so true.
Thank you for commenting, and I will look forward to seeing your first Haiku Poem.
I will try to submit one tomorrow, LaJenna.
I know you will be a natural poet just like Carol DM
You are too kind LaJenna.
I think pain makes you want to write naturally.
Done. I’ve submitted # 1
This is an awesome idea! I used to write poetry when I was a student, but I’ve never tried writing in English and I don’t know much about writing a haiku.
Sounds like a fun challenge, thanks for sharing!
I will put this one on my list, so many challenges going right now. Great idea.
I assume we need to post these in the Challenge section?
And what about a hashtag so you can track the posts? #haikuchallenge perhaps?
Your fine suggestion
Should inspire quite a lot of
Thank you Indexer! Why don’t you give it a try?
I thought I just did! What else did you have in mind?
I do not know if I’ll join. I do not feel strong enough in this direction. Good luck.
Thank you for visiting though.
I think the rule for a Virily post is 100 words so after your Haiku poem, then write a reflection to equal out 100 words.