Writing Haiku is among my favorite forms of writing. I like the manageability of creating a piece with only three lines. I like the focus of a small topic or moment. I like tapping the rhythm of syllables against my leg as I pen lines. I like playing with the order of words. Five. Seven. Five. Haiku shows up all over my writer's notebook, often after I have written about that day's gratitude.
The past two Decembers I committed to writing a Haiku-a-day and exchanged it with a friend. I wrote about this experience in this post.
Last night, as I was thinking about my experience of writing Haiku in past Decembers, I wrote this in my writer's notebook:
ahead - Haiku slows me. Seek
The challenge: write one Haiku-a-day in the month of December. Post it on your blog.
Will you join me in this writing endeavor?
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