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Haiku to you, too

Ronovan’s weekly challenge: FAME:WAR When fame taints friendship War replaces love and we mourn Though day will break again. * Pro Patria Mori: War’s natural duplicity Or fame’s epitaph?  

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The aspiring novelist – haiku challenge

Rare, indeed, is he Who can accept a critique Of his art with grace. It is rarely done Well, said his harsh judge, for once In full agreement. This is part of Ronovan’s Haiku challenge #32

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Haiku for you too

Another week, another haiku challenge from Ronovan and this time the prompt is: Wait and Move Let’s see what we can find from these two words. Remember the form: three lines with a  5-7-5 meter. First up a problem some mornings Dilemma … Continue reading

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Who can resist a challenge

You know I like a bit of poetry but I’ve never tried haiku. Then I came across Ronovan’s Haiku Challenge and, what do you know, I thought, give it a go, son. The prompt requires you to include two words … Continue reading

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