Sunday, March 11, 2012

NaHaiWriMo Extended Version, Days 1-10

Prompts: 1. plum, 2. old, 3. doll, 4. death, 5. two sides, 6. food, 7. fast or diet, 8. moon, 9. something painful, 10. sky or heaven.

February had marked NaHaiWriMo: National Haiku Writing Month. Even though the event is officially over, I am among those still writing and posting a haiku a day. For March, I am following the prompts provided on NaHaiWriMo's Facebook page.

I had forgotten to tweet my March 2 haiku, so have inserted my Facebook post instead.

The March 2 haiku was inspired by my photo of a Double Lined Gray Moth.

The March 3 haiku was inspired by my shot of a "drowned doll".

February 2012 haiku: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4 (+ 1 day).

In non-haiku news, two of my poems are now in the Science Fiction Poetry Association's latest trifold brochure, Exploring the Cosmos (.pdf file): a sampler of minimalist science poetry. I'd originally blogged both poems as part of my month of writing science poems in different forms back in January 2011: "Partial Solar Eclipse" (Cinquain) and "Grand Raiment" (Pirouette).

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