Red paint blew the wind,
I ran, and the robin followed,
after a long time.
Hey guys! So whilst the weather in London has been getting better, I’ve been ill! (Yay (!) ) I’m not quite up to writing a full blog post, but like I said at the beginning of the year, I am putting out a new post on Sundays no matter what! So, here’s a little haiku about being ill. Enjoy! 🤒🤒🤒🤒
Hi everyone! So, long time no see and I’m so sorry!
Needless to say that my NaNoWriMo attempt was abysmal, and I clearly overestimated just how much I could get done. Now that it’s the end of my semester, I have more time and so will be going back to writing weekly posts! No more month long writing attempts for a while…
So, in light of it being the end of the semester, I’ve decided to return with this small haiku.
notebook spine is bent
the cover is nearly off
worn out; just like me.
Hello everyone and happy National Poetry Writing Month! Also, yes I am aware I’m starting this 5 days late, but unfortunately I am also trying to revise for my exams at the same time – but that’s not going to stop me anymore!
Mint tea in clean mug,
warm and small feelings of joy,
which I hold onto.
I woke up very sleepy this morning so here’s a small haiku about sleep. 🙂
The final Savannah Brown writing prompt is:
Make it human
I decided to write a haiku today, since I’ve recently been contemplating how this genre of poetry is so good at conveying so much in so little a space.