Monday, March 26, 2007

One Liners: Haiku

The prompt for this week is to write a haiku in one line. One liners ask for more to be written.
Crocus stars fall to earth, await moonbeams
Frogs' night music, shall we dance?
Pollen delivery waits for the bee carriers
Yellow kites tethered to the ground
Pink and white snow petals, spring blizzard today
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Rose Dewy Knickers said...

Hi Jone,

I love all your haiku. I think they are perfect the way they are; let the reader fill in the spaces.



Remiman said...

One line haiku.
Gee, it get easier and harder at the same time. ;-)

Tammy said...

Dancing frogs, stars and kites? It does not get much better than that for great day!

A link (http address) for the rules of that poetry style.

susanlavonne said...

wonderful! i especially like the crocus/star analogy...very clever

Roswila said...

Frogs' night music, shall we dance?

Really enjoy this one. Yes, let's dance!

Marcia said...

Especially drawn to the crocus and the yellow kite poems. I will be watching the sky and searching the ground for each.

Sandy said...

These are so happy!
I love the night music and yellow kites.

Crafty Green Poet said...

crocus stars my favourite!

get zapped said...

Gorgeous crocus pic and splendid one liners. The yellow kites really got me! Have a great weekend.

Colorful Prose said...

I vote for frog music!

Regina Clare Jane said...

Oh, Jone- I can't believe I missed your ODB! They are just beautiful! I loved the yellow kites tethered to the ground- just a perfect image of your beautiful flowers!