Prompts: 11. tools, 12. clock or time, 13. stars, 14. romantic gift, 15. Ides of March, 16. something hidden, 17. luck, 18. Sunday present or past, 19. arts and crafts, 20. change.
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
The March 14 haiku was inspired by this photo of a mayfly
.Haiku from March 1-10
February 2012 haiku: Week 1
, Week 2
, Week 3
, Week 4 (+ 1 day)
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