Sweet Little Something 7

September 6, 2013

Friday ritual – a wordless post: a personal photograph that captures a moment from the week. One photograph from Hannah, in the Southern Hemisphere and one from Ria, in the Northern Hemisphere.

And if the mood strikes, leave a “Haikument” in comments inspired by one of these photos. We’ve had some fantastic ones! Check them out here and here. No poetry degree required! You can use the  5/7/5 syllable count rule if you like, or create something unique. If you want to find out more about Haiku (and who doesn’t?), check this out. Thanks, always, for any comments you leave on forkandfiction.com. We love hearing from you!

From Hannah:

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From Ria:

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7 comments

1 Ria Voros { 09.06.13 at 4:36 am }

Pink! Rhinestones! Fat bows!
How many ways can we say,
“Party over here!”

2 Hannah { 09.06.13 at 9:55 am }

Butterfly lives
For just a day. Or forever
Above the ankle.

3 Aimee { 09.06.13 at 6:25 pm }

Fall sun casts shadows
spaghetti squash hides under leaves
“Don’t pick me!”

4 Sweet Little Something — fork and fiction { 09.27.13 at 4:14 am }

[…] your comments on. A photograph, a link, a poem…a tidbit of inspiration. Leave us a note or create a haiku for a photograph if it takes your fancy. Have a wonderful […]

5 Sweet Little Something — fork and fiction { 10.04.13 at 4:36 am }

[…] your comments on. A photograph, a link, a poem…a tidbit of inspiration. Leave us a note or create a haiku for a photograph if it takes your fancy. Have a wonderful […]

6 Sweet Little Something — fork and fiction { 01.16.15 at 7:21 am }

[…] we witnessed, created, loved or just thought was amazing. If you wish leave us a comment–or haiku!–about what one of the photos means to you. We love hearing from you and every so often we […]

7 Tofino: Haiku Love — fork and fiction { 06.24.16 at 4:42 pm }

[…] go back to whenever we can. And not that long ago, we here at F&F posted haiku weekly. Remember that? I miss those days. So I’m resurrecting the haiku habit for a bit of a love poem to the west […]

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