Last week’s prompt brought in some much-needed whackiness and humor, as well as the usual intensity in the Exploration Challenge.
So far, we’ve never had restrictions on length or format of the piece. I’m adding a rider, just for this week.
You could write a story or an anecdote with a haiku as part of it. A Haibun or Alternating verse and poetry, of course works.
I collected some Gyan from the Shadow Poetry website http://www.shadowpoetry.com/resources/haiku/haiku.html
1) An unrhymed Japanese poem recording the essence of a moment. Nature is combined
with human nature. It usually consists of three lines of 5/7/5 (5 kana in the
first line, 7 kana in the second line, and 5 kana in the third line) totaling
2) A foreign adaptation of 1, usually written in three lines totalling 17 syllables
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