SCRIPT – (Acrostics buried in a Haiku)

SCRIPT – (Acrostics buried in a Haiku)

Scrawled Crayon Read Is
Painful Torture. Students Can
Rarely Ink Pen Too.

Stephen Kellogg – 2013

Haiku Heights #203 – Script

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19 Responses to SCRIPT – (Acrostics buried in a Haiku)

  1. cheryl says:

    I wouldn’t have even thought of attempting this. Amazing ! Those students need training 🙂

  2. Bruce Ruston says:

    Oh really enjoyed this and the smile it produced, very clever and witty

  3. good one……are u a teacher?

  4. Oh! wonderful!! Perfect!!!

  5. Deborah says:

    brilliant brilliant !

  6. Acrostics? I’m amazed. It’s like a puzzle inside Haiku.

    • Alice,
      I enjoy both acrostics and Haiku… so combining them was fun…
      I also enjoy writing response poems so a duet would be great! I’ve been REALLY swamped at work as of late (in fact still here at likely will be through the night) but some point I’ll come up for air and see what we can do.

      • I would love the opportunity. Let me know when you have time to breathe.

      • Been working since a little after 6am yesterday.. right now I’m just trying to find a little room to sleep 😀

        I look forward to it…
        If you’re itching to get started and have some time, then write a poem and when I get a time I’ll respond. Or, find something you’ve written that you think would be a good one for me to take a stab at and I’ll take a look. If you want to see some of the other stuff I’ve done like this, search my blog (top right corner) for “In response to.” You can also do a search for “inspired by.” to see poems inspired by paintings, photos and music.

        Ok back to work for me…

      • I wrote an essay about the muse this morning in response to your poem “It’s You”. I put a link to your poem on the bottom but don’t know what a “pingback” is exactly yet. I shall learn today. Get some rest.

    • Alice, I believe you are referring to a poem that Trent wrote. I have also written about my muse but .. that poem wasn’t mine. One of the ones I wrote is here
      I was inspired by a piece of music I heard.

      In short, a ping back is when you put a link back to a blog posting. On that persons blog, if they allow ping backs, then a link with a short portion of what you said is shown under the comments. If you follow the link you put in your post (to Trent’s poem) you will see a “ping back” near the top of the comments section.

      ugh.. I’m actually still at work. Been working since a little after 6am on Monday and it’s now 2am on Wed… and I’m still here, have had about 2 hours of sleep.. and am about to head to “bed”… missing my poetry / WP time and trying to squeeze in a bit here before I try and get a few hours sleep. back at it around 6am

      I’ll emerge at some point and we’ll see if we can collaborate

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