First in – Tucked into two very interesting ideas although the thought of breaking a platter did fill me with a moments dread.
Eat Me produced a wonderfully clever Haiku with classical references that added new layers to the Haiku form.
Kate Martyn’s lovely alliterative piece spans cultures.
If you would like to participate in TJ’s Household Haiku challenge then you can use any aspect of the household item for an inspiration. “Candlestick” could be the item itself, its subject, what it illuminates, where it came from, or where you got it from…be creative! It does not have to be an old or valuable candlestick…just whatever is about at home
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