Welcome to my latest efforts at writing haiku based on the prompt words provided by Ronovan here. This weeks words words are… Pitch and Tone. Now, we have to think about these words and what sort of themes they bring … Continue reading Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge No.249
A Policy Shift The busy looking woman with the clipboard and headset pointed at everyone in turn with her pen and asked ‘Ready?’ An affirmative ‘Yes.’ and thumbs-up signal followed her question to the assorted directions in the semi-darkness around … Continue reading #BlogBattle: A Policy Shift
Welcome to this special edition of Just the Facts, a column that was once regular but has become less regular. Despite that, it can be relied upon to be here, albeit very occasionally and normally on a Friday but sometimes … Continue reading Just the Facts: April 12th
Welcome to my latest efforts at writing a haiku based on the prompt words provided by Ronovan here. Now, I have just noticed that my headline for my haiku posts, ‘Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes’, has actually been used quite a lot more than its opposite, ‘Sometimes I Rhymes’. In fact, if you have visited the blog over the last few months, you maybe thinking that you’ve never seen me rhyme at all and may wonder if ‘I Don’t Rhymes’ is not so much ‘Sometimes’ but ‘Most Times’. So I did a rhyme, just to show you that sometimes I do … Continue reading Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge No.247
As the door of the office burst open and his breathless apprentice Olivia stood panting in the doorway, Tarquinn De Knotface-Stringfellow looked up from the blueprints he had spread out on his desk. A small pile of calculation-covered sheets of … Continue reading #BlogBattle: Dusk
Today, although without revealing everything (because that’s not pretty), I am going to share something that is unusual about me. I have extremely heavy feet. This is 101.4 in kilos. Which is 223.5 pounds. Which is, in ye olde english system of made up numbers from deep and dark history, 15.96 stone. Let’s call that 16. Although I have no idea how many kilos each stone is, if they are all the same and if they are granite or pumice stones. As with most ‘imperial’ measurements, whoever had the biggest armies at the time said “Look, it just is, right?” … Continue reading Not so Happy Feet.
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? … Continue reading Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge No.243