haiku challenge 26/2/11

fairy flying free
across the world of morning
propagates a  myth

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8 Responses to haiku challenge 26/2/11

  1. intriguing as it is leading “what myth in particular” you surely are making me imagine so much with this one 🙂


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  3. Makes me want to fly with her!


  4. Mike Patrick says:

    The fairy flying free, may wrap this up. I for one will miss the haiku challenge. I now understand haiku . . . and senryu, which is much more than I did when this endeavor started. I’ve discovered I’m more of a people-person than a naturalist, therefore haiku usually took a back seat to senryu. As a new circle of friends blossomed around me while I tiptoed through their blogs, relishing all styles of poetry. The quality of the work seen, admired and cherished, has made this one-month trip a wonderful experience. And my special thanks to you, Viv. Your honest critique and willingness to share your knowledge with a newbie, has added greatly to my joy.


    • vivinfrance says:

      Thank you for those kind words. But just because February is almost over is no reason to stop! My haiku took up from where the River of Stones left off on 31st January because I didn’t want to stop. Sitting in bed with my laptop at 6 in the morning seems to be a fertile time for haiku, and I shall probablly continue – maybe varying the form a bit. I shall look into other Japanese syllable-counting forms, which I use to hate, starting here: http://www.volecentral.co.uk/vf/syllable.htm . February has given me more of a feel for them and I even begin to find a rhythm, which didn’t exist for me before in haiku. My first ever haiku was in French at a summer school at Caen University about 6 years ago. Little did I know then where that would lead me!


  5. Becca Givens says:

    Tickle me so … those charming fairies! 🙂 ~becca~ http://beccagivens.wordpress.com/2011/02/26/blossoming


  6. Tilly Bud says:

    Viv, I want to wrap this one up and keep it in my pocket. Gorgeous.


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