Sunday, August 10, 2008
I liked the six-word stories so much and I'm heavy some heavy-duty emotions right now. I am loathe to share details of my ex-husband's latest shenanigans because it will no doubt bite me on the ass, so I've decided to use this ancient Japanese poetry genre to express my current feelings for the lovely man who fathered my children:
Poison burns my throat.
Hatred and fear soil my soul
Forgiveness? Soon, please.
Care to share your haiku? Remember, haikus are 3 lines with the first line 5 syllables long; the second line 7 syllables long; and the third line 5 syllables long. Think of these peeps as syllables.
Show me what you got.
Posted by Julie M. Baker at 9:58 PM