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It might be fun and interesting to do a variation on Rishi's "Une Lingne Donne" discussion in which three participants will each write a full haiku (rather than a single line) that will end up telling a cohesive haiku "story."

The first person will write a haiku. The second person will hit "reply" to that haiku, copy and paste it in the reply box, then add his or her own haiku. The third person will hit "reply" to the second  offering, copy and paste the first two haiku, then add the third and final haiku.

Three haiku for each completed "story" sounds good to me because it gives the opportunity for a beginning, middle, and end.

I'll begin...

Tags: collaboration, poetry

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slate blue is her gray

chirping or stalking her prey

paws moving in dreams

 

behind her eyelids

worlds within worlds unfolding

unseen by humans

 

She's beautiful.

To you as well, Dear Kooner, and kisses to the princess!

I'm sure, like my cats, she hates the fireworks. But, "cleaning" the strawberry shortcake dish always brings them out from hiding...hahahaha.

XOXOXOXOXOXOX

moonlight silvered curls

eyes fierce with love pierce the night

a loon's haunting call

 

 

moonlight silvered curls

eyes fierce with love pierce the night

a loon's haunting call

 

bullfrogs serenade

her voluptuous body

I rise to meet her

moonlight silvered curls

eyes fierce with love pierce the night

a loon's haunting call

 

bullfrogs serenade

her voluptuous body

I rise to meet her

 

darkness enshrouds us

hearts beating in counterpoint

we join life's chorus

 

energy crackling

tornadoes of orange and gold

dance about your feet

energy crackling

tornadoes of orange and gold

dance about your feet

 

distant eyes sparkling

hiding behind dark curtains

hair at attention

 

poised for fulfillment

we begin our dance of life

oh how she moves me

a long winding road

shaded by magestic oaks

often less traveled

a long winding road

shaded by magestic oaks

often less traveled

 

a brightly lit path

well trodden and familiar...

he ponders the choice

a long winding road

shaded by magestic oaks

often less traveled

 

a brightly lit path

well trodden and familiar...

he ponders the choice

 

today less traveled

new adventures lie ahead

brighten up my day

cold winds of winter

horses' whinnies crack the air

distant golden glow

 

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