Mmmmm yucky wetabix. Eat all you want. Watch out for the spikey bits.
posted by Crunchy Weta at 3:32 AM
So true. I thought of one the other day but don't have much experience with this form, if I get brave I'll post it. From what I understand of it this one is quite good, but technicalities aside I just like it. Take care,Bob
Cheers Bob.. rules schmules.. if rules were immutable forces of nature we wouldn't need them. ( i gather you're from the land of the brave,,,;-)
Simplicity...the ultimate art form. Sometimes so much can be said with so few words! Very good Glenn.
Yes, Bob... Forms are molds that keep perspectives...yet many times hold us from merely creating, and sometimes even from our greatest potential.Peace.Haiku! Bless me...
Indeed, right to the point. Words stay, Words cling. If used carelessly, are like weapons. Reminds me of: http://welcometoappleciders.blogspot.com/2005/05/words.htmlCheers to this lovely Haiku, Glenn. Works as a powerful reminder to be careful with words. :)
Loved tha haikue..how the words can be a sword one day and a silk cloth another day
Words are like lavasometimes a red hot liquidsometimes hard as rocki love the rhythm
words, like wind vibrate my window, like sunlight illuminatesthanks for your portals
Powerful imageries of words.
Similes are not allowed in haiku. I know, I know, this is one of those modern haiku...but when we take the form away from the haiku, what form is left that we may still call it a "haiku"? Haiku are more then just 5-7-5 syllable count. Anyway, I feel words are like artificial flavor...
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