Arsenal of Words

The Writing of Arthur Klepchukov

Tag: haiku

Replenished Purr

another soul / napping on you guarantees / you will feel more loved

#haiku

On a re-reading of my previous post, I realized the end of the poem contained a haiku:

On the shore’s blue blend
men become boys again
toes plucked from the sand

That made me smile, share it on Twitter, and look for other #haiku tweets. Here are my favorites:

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and add another of my own:

sound of summer night
singing into empty warm
dancing, with my sweat

Haikubes, again

Haikubes are a small collection of blocks you can use to write haiku. You can roll two inspiration dice and write on that theme. I played around with these last month and dug them out again tonight. Here’s what I came up with when I rolled [ die 1 ] and [ die 2 ]:

[ a reflection on ] [ my work life ]
(programming or writing late into the night)

[ a vision for ] [ my family ]

 


Haikubes

Haikubes are a small collection of blocks you can use to write haiku. You can roll two inspiration dice and write on that theme. My friend Jay Marie and I recently played around with these. Here’s what I came up with when I rolled [ die 1 ] and [ die 2 ]:

[ a vision for ] [ our world ]

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