8 thoughts on “A Haiku For The Magical Screen”

  1. Nice haiku using the prompts 🙂 thanks for comment at my post too 🙂 It’s difficult getting alliteration to work in a haiku but I like the way you chose these words to carry your message in the haiku form. I wonder if there’s more assonance in this than alliteration – as you specifically commented on it over at mine – but your haiku’s so beautifully done – and we don’t have to use all those prompts together 🙂 Great response, well done 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much Colette! I appreciate your review! 🙂 Actually I am not much of a poet but I’ve always been interested in exploring this chic! And I didn’t know we could exclude one of the prompts! But I enjoyed writing it! 🙂
      Thank you for the read and review! 🙂

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      1. You’re welcome, i enjoyed reading it. Yes we can take those assignment prompts anyway we like. I’m hoping to use it as a crash course in form, to spark some play, not necessarily writing poetry myself but studying it in different ways – and I enjoy practising feedback too – it’s so interesting to see the different ways we all respond 🙂 Nice meeting you, have a good day 🙂


      2. Call it coincidence, I was planning on using the course in a multi-dimensional manner as well! 🙂 And I love interactions and exchange of thoughts, I learn and grow benefiting from them. Each one that happens to meet you, leaves something behind! 🙂

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