"When we all think alike, then no one is thinking."
— Walter Lippman

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Spring Haiku

The theme for this month's exchange is nesting and haiku. As I was working, my husband came up to the studio and in our conversation I learned that he had never written a haiku. I explained the concept to him and within minutes he had composed this one.
Maybe you too would enjoy writing a spring haiku...... first line 5 syllables, second line 7 syllables, third line 5 syllables.


Robert W. Leonard said...

As a writer I'm shocked that I've never done one of these (in my memory anyway). I figured I'd try it out anyway. :)

Piece by piece they form
a nest to keep their eggs warm.
And life starts again.

That feels silly, but oh well.

Ann Renee Lighter said...

Bravo Robert! I'm impressed!

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