Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge 292

Welcome to Bryntin’s effort at this week’s Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge, which this week is coming to you on a Tuesday. It has actually been coming to you on a Tuesday for a number of Tuesday’s now, but this is the first one on this week’s Tuesday.

Some readers might be wondering if Bryntin has run out of ways to introduce his posts but he can assure them that this one will always work, no matter what week it is. But only on Tuesdays.

Some regular readers may have the impression that they’ve read that intro somewhere before. Bryntin would like to assure them that they are not going mad and in fact did read exactly the same words last week. Bryntin has just copy and pasted last weeks intro to prove the point that it works and has saved himself quite a bit of effort too.

So this weeks prompt words are: Sheep and Weep. Which can only go the rural way.

weep over my love
in rich green meadow heaven
she was a fine sheep

If you’d like to read some more haiku, and perhaps some good ones, please do nip off to Ronovan Writes and have a look at some other proper writers efforts here.

Note: There used to be a bit of text down here that encouraged readers to share anything Bryntin writes that they thought was good or made them laugh.
Bryntin has realised that not many bothered much with that so he has replaced that paragraph with this long bit of alternative text, in the form of one very long sentence, which actually doesn’t make any point at all except to make you pretty annoyed that, if you have made the effort to read this far, you have now found it was actually just a complete waste of your time. Thank you.

9 thoughts on “Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge 292”

  1. Lovely if sad story from down on t’farm.
    Shed a tear,
    Dolly’s dead, oh dear
    Don’t feel forlorn
    She’s been shorn.
    Rest in peace
    Less your fleece.
    (Sorry, could be worse- I could have gone the animal husbandry route.)


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