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Image Prompt: Let's Haiku

Art Title: Clean Wash © Lauren Maurer - Lauren's Paint Palette
Visit her blog to see additional artwork. And, her Etsy site HERE.
The artist is from Lake Murray, South Carolina, and specializes in
watercolor and oil painting.
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Writing Prompt
Create a haiku.
This image may inspire you,
or, walk out your door.
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For haiku virgins:
A haiku consists of three lines and usually focuses on nature.
Traditional haiku: Syllables in each line 5-7-5
Modern haiku: Syllables in each line 2-3-2
(More info HERE.)
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Artwork used with permission from Lauren Maurer.

10 comments:

WHY? said...

the clean wash is hung
now i walk through the scented
garden, the breeze blows

(I tried:)

L.Holm said...

The stone cottage waits;
white linen snaps in the breeze
before the spring rain.

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

Hanging the white sheets,
I hear the ravens calling
black feathers ruffle.

Stephen Dell'Aria said...

Beyond the clothes line...there....deep in the woods. Look closely! Do you see it?

thezeninyou said...

breezy laundry floats
springs lovely hues wash over
brings me peaceful sighs

glorv1 said...

Sheets are Hanging
hung with joy
drying in sun



I don't know how to do haiku but I am aware of the rules. Sorry. That's mine.
Have a great day.

Peter Lee said...

Never tried haiku before
I just love the painting
and dropped by to say hello.

Meandering Michael said...

Beautiful summer
Shedding shirts to beat the heat
Blasted mosquitoes!

A Cuban In London said...

'All I left behind was misfortune... hanging on the clothesline'.

Greetings from London.

James Parker said...

Haiku...

Bale of Hay Outside
Clean White Clothes Upon The Line
Portray The Good Life

Parkerku...

FAMILY SIZE

When I see laundry on the line,
It almost makes me shudder,
Cause it brings about the memory of
My 20 baby brothers

Birth Control was something,
Of which Papa held no worth,
And Mama turned professional,
At the art of giving birth

Growing old, my Papa realized,
Things were getting pretty rough,
So he went to see a doctor,
When he decided "Enough's enough"

Kiddingly, the doctor joked,
"It's time to cut it off"
Well, Papa took him literally,
Today, he just plays golf.

 

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