Today’s haiku

Just for you, bro.

Empty rowing boat,

Bobbing giddily downstream,

Towards waiting sea.

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Filed under Haiku, Ideas, Inspiration, Poetry, Writing

3 responses to “Today’s haiku

  1. That’s a good one.

    Just tried googling haiku to find out what it is or whether it came with rice or chips. The search managed to crash my computer twice. Is it somesort of Japaneese cybermonster sent to prevent me from looking at cricket scores. Are you Agent Smith?

    • Cheers our kid.
      Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry made up of 17 syllables in 3 lines. 5 in the first, 7 in the second and 5 in the third. Though contemporary poets often break this rule. Should try writing one about the England cricket team.

  2. thanks for the nice haiku.

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