Poetry

haiku #32

The Challenge Words! Short & Sexy Haiku: The lines follow a 5-7-5 syllable format. A haiku must express a mood, thought, or feeling. It is usually written about nature. A haiku does not have to rhyme. the smell of your skin let's keep it short and sexy take me already Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram Ronovan Writes daily haiku images: Pinterest

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Poetry

graveyard drive (tanka #17)

  crossing the graveyard there is an eerie silence moonlight casts shadows  veiled behind the ensemble sending shivers down the spine   👉 If you liked this check out my other Halloween related posts  👇 🎃 haiku #31 🎃 Cacophony of Halloween (tanka #16) 🎃 fall 🍁 (haiku #29)       Let’s get Social: Twitter | Instagram image: Pinterest colleens-weekly-poetry-tuesday-challenge-eerie-costume/  

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Cacophony of Halloween (tanka #16)

Hello Guys   Today i'm writing a Tanka for Halloween  let me know what you think.   via daily post: Cacophony a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds. "a cacophony of deafening alarm bells" synonyms: din, racket, noise, clamor, discord, dissonance, discordance, uproar witches on their brooms   riding into the darkness     din of halloween   flutter of bats, ghosts and… Continue reading Cacophony of Halloween (tanka #16)

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haiku #31

  shadows in the dark the pumpkin patch is spooky Abode of Spirits   Haiku: The lines follow a 5-7-5 syllable format. A haiku must express a mood, thought, or feeling. It is usually written about nature. A haiku does not have to rhyme.   Thanks for Reading Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram colleens-weekly-poetry-tuesday-challenge-no-54-ghost-haunt daily haiku images: Pinterest

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Nature (haiku #30)

Dear Readers, This Haiku is an Homage to Nature and it's life giving aspects   beauty of nature giving life to the living needs to be valued   ❝ Only after the last tree has been cut down. Only after the last river has been poisoned. Only after the last fish has been caught, only then… Continue reading Nature (haiku #30)

Poetry

life (tanka #14)

  some happy some sad life is full of surprises some not at all bad trying to survive the storm dealing with all that drama         A Tanka is a  Japanese poem consisting of five lines the first and third have five syllables and the other seven making 31 syllables 5-7-5-7-7 Thanks for… Continue reading life (tanka #14)

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lost memories (haiku #26)

    hunting for letters in pages of the old book I find our first rose Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram Colleen's Challenge daily haiku images: Pinterest