the dog cleans her babies
quiet bonding moments
Hey all, it’s that time of year again! Time for the shortest poetry in the shortest month. I will keep posting Basho on Thursdays, but I don’t know if I will do flash fiction on Fridays. My schedule is good but full right now. And even though these are 3 line poems, it is hard to write a GOOD one every day.
I will write short posts after this. Some days I may post my haiku for the day and nothing else. If I feel like it, I may post some insight to my poem and tell you how I think it fits the prompt, or why I wrote it. I may just let them stand alone and see how many people like them with no background information. I will try to use a different picture every day, although I may end up using pictures I’ve used on this blog before.
I usually take some time during National Haiku Writing Month to explain the rules of haiku and how to write this form of poetry, but this year I am just going to direct you to my page of explanation for those of you who want to know all of the details. You can see my posts on past years if you want more tidbits of information.
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