Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge 274

Ah hello reader, you’ve been reeled in by my snappy title again have you?

Having fully got into the swing of knocking off carefully composing some words into an order that satisfies the traditional haiku format of 5-7-5 syllables last week, I thought I’d carry on with cobbling together crafting another one, just to prove I now have a handle on how it’s properly done again.

As usual, Ronovan has provided the two word prompts to be included, as he has done at least 273 times before.

They are;

Air and Lantern

Researching haiku a little bit, I found that, traditionally, some element of natures beauty would be used, perhaps to evoke the feelings that the natural world brings out in you. So I was thinking along those lines.

This week’s effort then.

fireflies in the air
like nature’s dancing lanterns
little shiny gits

Yes, you’re right, I’m just not taking this lark seriously enough. I should probably be taken outside and given a good talking to.

6 thoughts on “Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge 274”

    1. Ah well, when the primary target of entertainment is me (although I appreciate anyone else appreciating it in any way of course), as long as I get the words it’s fine. 🙂

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