As sometimes happens, I’ve been pinged by the writing fairy while reading comments on another blog. This time the comments came from Panda who very cleverly wrote the following on UnfetteredBS’s blog here.
“Please write a tiny poem about an acorn on a mountain, but you’ll have to fetch the acorn first.
(it’s a high cue for a hike-you for a haiku!!) ”
So this haiku is for Panda
Climb the mountain high
At the top, find an acorn
Tiny poem prompt
Stephen Kellogg – 2012
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This is such a lovely whimsy haiku – excellent!
Who would’ve known the seed I’d sown has hereby grown to a tiny poem 🙂
I responded also if you wanted to peek.
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Stephen, this is great–I responded to this one too. We have an infectious haiku chain growing!
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Great haikus both… I’ve stared round 2 if y’all still want to play 😀