Here’s a little haiku challenge for Friday! I generated 3 random words using an online generator:
OK, so you have to write a haiku. That’s a poem with 3 lines of 5, 7 and 5 syllables. I chose haiku because it’s not too complicated, but the twist is to try to get the words into it (pretty tough!). Any subject you like, but it has to make some sort of sense.
You get 1 point for each word you manage to use.
This is mine (2 points):
Our marble kitchen
felt cold against my bare skin.
The forks went flying.
Please, please, please write one and put a link in the comments with your points score, so everyone can read it!
18 thoughts on “Eating Out”
Turn left at the fork
Take path to the marble plateau
To her aroma
Fills their noses, forking tongues
Work atop marble
Very nice both of them! I love the second one especially 😊
wow! that’s super challenging! i love the creativity it takes to do something like this. bravo to you and Wet Bliss.
Wet Bliss beat me with getting all 3 words in lol. Thankyou! You should have a go xxx
i’m absolutely shit at organized poetry unless i’m not trying then everyonce in a while i get lucky. haha
I’m no good at poetry but well done to you. Quite a challenge.
Would love to have you pop over to our blog and comment on my latest piece : https://rinsebeforeuse.wordpress.com/2016/04/21/great-sexpectations
Would love to – thank you for the link xxx
Great. Hope u enjoy our blog.
A fun challenge for today. I like your haiku, in the sensual thoughts it inspires. Here’s my attempt, also nabbing 2 points…
Noodles wrap her fork
Limp spaghetti, but her grin
Turns me to marble.
Ooo nice, I like that! 2 points to you!
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This is fun!
Nice haiku, Ms Eliot! I love it 🙂
If anyone here doesn’t know Mischa, go check out her site and her work (I’ve reviewed the “Ms Fix It” series in another post).
Mischa is the reason I’m wearing a short skirt and no panties today!
You say the sweetest things to me…
I only tell the truth 🙂
I saw u mention this on Twitter so I checked it out. Thought i’d give a go. Blah! I ended up laughing at myself. This is tough, all you poets very talented, I admire your work!
Awww, give it another go! And funny can be great 🙂