A Good Morning–A Collaborative Haiku


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I’m pleased to offer a collaborative Haiku that was written by a half-dozen talented poets in response to last week’s Monday Morning Writing Prompt. I’ve taken the liberty of naming it:

A Good Morning
a Collaborative Haiku

Morning sun wakens,
arouses a ruddy sky
with his tender touch.
   Victoria at https://liv2write2day.wordpress.com

Sunlight’s soft fingers
brush aside the veil of night.
A new day begins.
   Jinksy at http://pens-poems.blogspot.com/

Summer sun dries out
the lotus blossom’s wet home.
Its soul still lingers.
   Mike at http://thepoetsquill.wordpress.com/

Pearls on spear tips
gently healed, the lawn’s
wetness yields its breath.
   David at http://anointedruins.wordpress.com/

Night fades into day
birds chirp and squawk, then silence
change whispers, “arise.”
   Lorna at http://lornasvoice.wordpress.com/

Moon-shrouded gecko
vanishes with the sunrise
and the dawning dew.
   Gayle at http://bodhirose.wordpress.com/

Thank you all for your participation…let’s do it again!

8 thoughts on “A Good Morning–A Collaborative Haiku

  1. Same topic; such diverse verses. Ah the wonder of words!


  2. mish says:

    It’s really interesting to see the different responses to the prompt … lovely collection !


  3. It turned out really well. Congrats to everyone.
    Nice job,


  4. Lovely collection, well done all of you!


  5. jgavinallan says:

    Victoria…very entertaining


  6. What a lovely idea – amazingly homogenous from such an array of different poets.


  7. Bodhirose says:

    Hey, that came out really cool, Victoria! I like everyone’s entry. That collaborative effort was fun to do–yeah, let’s do it again sometime!



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