Monday, 7 April 2014

Fire - 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 ...
 

Fire

Heat so threatening,
Takes indiscriminately,
Needed for all life.




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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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8 comments:

  1. So true. We need it to survive, yet it can be so lethal to us.

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  2. Very true, those few words say alot!

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    1. Thank you Sandy, I'm enjoying the challenge of being economical with words.

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  3. Great haiku Heather. I always wonder how people can say so much in so few words.

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    1. Thanks Rachna, it's tricky fitting an idea into something so limiting, but I'm enjoying the challenge of it.

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  4. Catching up on your haikus! Very well done. :)

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    1. Thanks Christine, I've been enjoying it so far.

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