Blog 365 Haiku

Haiku Friday

Not supposed to post

Blog 3-6-5 Admin. Says

Rest on Feb. 2-9

It’s not quite Friday

I just have to sneak this in

Haiku must go on

I’ll still be around;

What poems did you create,

Haiku-writing friends?


For more Haiku, visit Jennifer over at Playgroups are No Place for Children and Christina at A Mommy Story.

15 Responses to “Blog 365 Haiku”

  1. Kathryn says:

    Writing everyday? Bah. I’m exhausted just thinking about it.
    I’m glad you broke the rules, ya rebel!
    Great haiku!

  2. Toni says:

    You go! NaBloPoMo nearly killed me!

  3. i love a good challenge, but i’m working on my will power and i will not go look to see what this one is and if i can get in on it… i will not.

  4. Mama DB says:

    Yeah, NABLOPOMO did me in. You people are crazy! But in a good way, of course.

    Happy Leap Year Friday!

  5. Scylla says:

    It’s a lovely ‘ku, and you are a trooper to try the 365.
    I have commitment issues.

  6. storyteller says:

    Ah … another Haiku addict like me! I couldn’t not post today either.
    Hugs and blessings,

  7. My kiddos haiku’d for me today! We did it earlier this week, actually. Love Love!!

  8. Maggie says:

    Blogging addicts rock. I didn’t formally join 365, but I still blog most days anyway, just because I’m nutty like that. Great ‘ku!

  9. Joyce says:

    THANK YOU all so much for your comments. 🙂

    I left comments over at your blogs. 🙂

  10. Jennifer says:

    Wow! You are a RULE BREAKER!

  11. wright says:

    Breaking the rules can be such a high! But I do hope you get a little break. Happy Friday!

  12. Jenni says:

    You are crazy, 366 days?! Great ‘ku!

  13. Wow kudos to you and your 365 er 6 days of blogging. I did a month. I think that’s all I can commit to. hehe Happy leap day!

  14. laura says:

    that’s cute, Mom! 🙂 I wonder how many 365 people really did skip…we’re all too well trained to take a break, it’s against nature now!

  15. Joyce says:

    Hi, Laura. Thank you. 🙂
    Yes; it feels like deprivation to not blog. It’s just a great creative outlet. 🙂