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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...

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field of wildflowers

a windmill, stark in the sun

foreboding feelings

 

Okay, now somebody write a haiku that will be the middle of the three-part haiku story...

 

field of wildflowers

a windmill, stark in the sun

foreboding feelings

 

blades creak as they turn

butterflies shift her far trance

worldly cares flutter

 

field of wildflowers

a windmill, stark in the sun

foreboding feelings

 

blades creak as they turn

butterflies shift her far trance

worldly cares flutter

 

she watches a crow

dark wings slice through clear blue sky

something is coming...

 

 

 

Ewwwwwwwwww....spooky.

That was fun!

Here's another:

 

leaves crunch underfoot

tall spires lift above treetops

a stone arch beckons

leaves crunch underfoot

tall spires lift above treetops

a stone arch beckons

 

they walk hand in had

her thoughts turn to yesterday

he again clueless

leaves crunch underfoot

tall spires lift above treetops

a stone arch beckons

 

they walk hand in hand

her thoughts turn to yesterday

he again clueless

 

she accepts the fact

that men are indeed from Mars

and she's too fragile

spring's caterpillars

inching along furry brown

under a warm sun

spring's caterpillars

inching along furry brown

under a warm sun

 

supple branches bend...

a gathering of sparrows

eye the slow progress

spring's caterpillars

inching along furry brown

under a warm sun

 

supple branches bend...

a gathering of sparrows

eye the slow progress

 

one befriends a snail

and picks him up for a ride

on HOV branch

 

 

Hahahahahahahahahahaha. NO!!!!!!

 

BTW...you two guys is dwivin' me cwazy with this morphing. My pea brain can't remember my own name...if I changed it, I'd think I was a Romanian neurosurgeon living in Minsk.

KkkkkkKkKkkKKkkooooonnnnnnerreeedddd Out. SEE???? I'm having a nervous breakdown.

 

HAhahahaha...Now, is that physical and emotional exhaustion; or, did you take a header off your board while trying to shoot a curl?

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