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I decided to organize a weekly creative writing exercise in the office to sharpen the skills of the writing pool. Everyone takes a turn inventing an exercise or a prompt.

The only general rule we've been using is that it should be doable in an hour or so. We've also tried to keep things fun.



Please feel free to share your own exercise efforts by leaving a comment. You can do that at the end of each exercise by clicking on 'Share your own effort'. Enjoy!



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8.6.07
Exercise 28 - Haiku

Haiku is a simple form of poetry that originated from Japan. It is traditionally written in three lines of 5-7-5 syllables, although modern haiku often does not follow this rigid rule anymore. In this writing exercise, you are tasked to write a minimum of three and a maximum of five haikus (using the traditional 5-7-5 syllable rule) based on the images provided.

 

I chose the following pictures.  My amateurish first serious attempts at Haiku.

 

horizon stretches far

a day's cycle ends

continues forever

 

 

muscles propel

fighting spirit

in flight

 

 

hunter searching prey

fluid form pierces

tranquil waters

 

 

unforgiving snow

cold and sharp

determined eyes


Posted at 06:54 pm by bisoy

 

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