Here we go again. It seems like only about four days ago since I last attempted a Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge.
That time I actually provided two amusing haikus (There’s a red line indicating that my ‘pluralisation’ isn’t right… Haikis? nope… Haiks…. no… Haikuses? … no… Is the plural of haiku just haiku then? Research required… Hang on.)
That time I provided two amusing haiku, this time may be the same or different depending on how the first one goes really. It’s a mood thing.
By the way, I read Hugh’s marvellous article about the new Guttenberg WordPress editor here yesterday, so I may demonstrate what I learned by presenting my haiku in a new way.
In the depths it swims
And then determined to float
Another flush quick
I can hear some tutting. I’ll try again.
To teach me to swim
He throws me into the pool
Feud begins to float
So, there you go, another value for money two for one deal and you learned how not to sound like you’re sneezing by wrongly saying ‘haikuses’
Please pop along to Ronovan Writes on this link here at some time to read many other takes on this week’s prompts, possibly in other Japanese poetry forms that you can’t tell in advance if you’ll be getting more than one.