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Haiku Challenge!!!!

Post 1721

Lanzababy - Guide Editor

choosing crisp salad
adding chilled fresh juice, but looks
longingly at buns




Next: A garden after winter has passed

But please, all you seasoned haiku writers, do join in our latest challenge as well:
"A seasonal haiku challenge" here, A87751038 from "Create"

Thank you

Lanzababy


Haiku Challenge!!!!

Post 1722

deb - I'm in love with my soup maker & I don't care who knows it

Green shoots reaching up
As if having a good stretch
After a long sleep

Next topic: Dogs

Deb smiley - cheerup


Haiku Challenge!!!!

Post 1723

SiliconDioxide

Canines, bred and fed,
Pack hunters to primates' pets;
Kerb-side fashion wolves.

Next: Spain


Haiku Challenge!!!!

Post 1724

deb - I'm in love with my soup maker & I don't care who knows it

When I think of Spain
I think of yummy tapas
Viva Espana!

Next topic: schooldays


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Post 1725

SiliconDioxide

All must have prizes,
but we were allowed to fail;
more was learnt that way.

What a hard topic. I struggled to complete it without mentioning food.

Next: Fire practice.


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Post 1726

Titania (gone for lunch)

Never warmth and sun
Dreary, cold and rainy days
Before let inside

Next: Midsummer (and keep the murders out of it, please!)


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Post 1727

Saavik2

Midsummer

Never warmth and sun
Dreary, cold and rainy days
July Twenty-Twelve


Next topic: Stairs


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Post 1728

SiliconDioxide

I leap at each flight.
Not this landing, but the next.
Running Breathless up.

Next: Relay (Race , torch, electrical; take your pick)


Haiku Challenge!!!!

Post 1729

SiliconDioxide

Knowledge is a torch;
Passed forward, ever brighter.
Then Google Happened.

Next: filling forms


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Post 1730

deb - I'm in love with my soup maker & I don't care who knows it

Use block capitals!
Do not write outside the lines!
And use a black pen!

Next: the fruit bowl

Deb smiley - cheerup


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