Saturday, 19 April 2014

Quality or quantity? - Daily Haiku with the A-Z Challenge

A Haiku is a short, unrhyming poem of 17 syllables across three lines following structure: 5, 7, 5.

For the A-Z Challenge 2014 I am doing a daily Haiku for each letter of the alphabet. Today ...
 

Quality or quantity?


Is less really more?
In a material world
true value gets lost.




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This post forms part of the A-Z Blogging Challenge, posting every day in April except Sundays, sequentially through the alphabet. To see who else is taking part, check out the list here.

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Friday, 18 April 2014

Presents! Presents! Presents! - Daily Haiku with the A-Z Challenge

A Haiku is a short, unrhyming poem of 17 syllables across three lines following structure: 5, 7, 5.

For the A-Z Challenge 2014 I am doing a daily Haiku for each letter of the alphabet. Today ...
 

Presents! Presents! Presents!


Birthday time today!
I'm another year older,
but don't feel wiser!




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This post forms part of the A-Z Blogging Challenge, posting every day in April except Sundays, sequentially through the alphabet. To see who else is taking part, check out the list here.

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Thursday, 17 April 2014

On edge - Daily Haiku with the A-Z Challenge

A Haiku is a short, unrhyming poem of 17 syllables across three lines following structure: 5, 7, 5.

For the A-Z Challenge 2014 I am doing a daily Haiku for each letter of the alphabet. Today ...
 

On edge

Always on my guard,
Fear, it has overcome me,
Never can relax.




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This post forms part of the A-Z Blogging Challenge, posting every day in April except Sundays, sequentially through the alphabet. To see who else is taking part, check out the list here.

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Wednesday, 16 April 2014

It's that time again, WWBH time!!!

Today it's Tena's turn to take charge of the Writer Wednesday blog hop. Be sure to check out the wonderful stories from last week, and you never know, maybe you'll be inspired to take part this week!


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Once a week we (LeAnne, Heather, and myself) will be bringing you the Writer Wednesday Blog Hop.   This weekly hop will play out one of two ways
1) 1 picture/5 words
2) 2 pictures
The rules are as follows:
1) Try to keep your word count down to around 500 - no worries, we're not counting. Just try to keep from getting to lengthy.
2) You must use the 2 pictures OR the 1 picture/5 words in your story (depending on what the host decides to use - I'll be revealing mine in just a bit, I promise).
3) Link your story up using linky tool below. Stories submited will be announced in next week's blog hop kick-off
4) This is most important... Have fun with this and let those creativejuices flow
This week I thought I'd go with the two picture theme, but first let's look at stories from last week's Blog Hop
Now She Understood by Deb Stanton 
So Long Hank by Tony Roberts
The Suspicious Sculpture by Scott Taylor
King of the Bean by LeAnne Sype
Appear/Disappear by HJ Musk
Now, that you've had an opportunity to peruse (and hopefully enjoy) last week's stories, on to this week.   I'm going to stay in keeping with Heather and LeAnne's theme of the "2 pictures".   Remember they both must be used in your story and your story must be kept to the 500 word minimum - A few words over is okay but Please no 1000 word stories.
Your two pictures are:
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When your done with your story be and sure and link to the linkzy frog below.  You can always contact the host (where your reading this blog hop kick-off) for assistance if your having trouble or leave them a comment with url to your story and they'll get you entered in.

Now's the time ... - Daily Haiku with the A-Z Challenge

A Haiku is a short, unrhyming poem of 17 syllables across three lines following structure: 5, 7, 5.

For the A-Z Challenge 2014 I am doing a daily Haiku for each letter of the alphabet. Today ...
 

Now's the time ...



Procrastination,
the great waster of our time.
Need to break through though!




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This post forms part of the A-Z Blogging Challenge, posting every day in April except Sundays, sequentially through the alphabet. To see who else is taking part, check out the list here.

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Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Midway Now! - Daily Haiku with the A-Z Challenge

A Haiku is a short, unrhyming poem of 17 syllables across three lines following structure: 5, 7, 5.

For the A-Z Challenge 2014 I am doing a daily Haiku for each letter of the alphabet. Today ...
 

Midway Now!


At the halfway point,
how have you been keeping up?
It's all downhill now!




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This post forms part of the A-Z Blogging Challenge, posting every day in April except Sundays, sequentially through the alphabet. To see who else is taking part, check out the list here.

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Monday, 14 April 2014

Love - Daily Haiku with the A-Z Challenge

A Haiku is a short, unrhyming poem of 17 syllables across three lines following structure: 5, 7, 5.

For the A-Z Challenge 2014 I am doing a daily Haiku for each letter of the alphabet. Today ...
 

Love


Gives meaning to life,
brings joy and pain equally.
Makes the world go round.




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This post forms part of the A-Z Blogging Challenge, posting every day in April except Sundays, sequentially through the alphabet. To see who else is taking part, check out the list here.

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