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Haiku: Imagination

Ronovan’s Haiku Challenge #73. 

The prompt: Black & White.  I’ve used the ‘Haiku in English’ style.

I’m enjoying this haiku-making, as you can no doubt tell.  The photo was taken in my driveway earlier this year, probably the windows phone.

Have a good day, and thanks for looking.  🙂




I started blogging in an effort to keep the old brain cells alive. I'm writing a fantasy series, I take more MOOCs than I can handle, and am trying to get my Nikon D3000 off auto. I live in Victoria, Australia, with my husband and our dog, Vika.

20 thoughts on “Haiku: Imagination

    1. Well, you did say you don’t get Haiku poetry – it doesn’t even rhyme for a start! My play on words relate to reading a book, or drawing to escape boredom. Even looking at old photos, perhaps. Thanks for commenting Sue.


  1. That pic is great! I thought at first glance it was mountains but then decided that it is the sun’s rays streaming over the trees.
    I really liked your haiku! It made wonderful sense because with pen and paper who can ever be bored?

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  2. LOL – my photo was taken just before attending my baby’s 40th birthday in October this year – one cannot get more happy than that! I never gave a thought about the light being behind me at the time, but decided to use it anyhow. Thanks for liking it.

    I just popped off while writing this to check your haiku – and it took me some time to get past your terrific one-line drawing. I’m finding lots of interesting blogs since joining in with this challenge. You have a new follower. Thanks for dropping by, Melissa. Your kind words are appreciated.


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