Tempting me relentlessly
To just take one…two…
If it is chocolate it must be good. We all have treats now and then and this box of chocolates was irresistible. Funny how a lump of brown stuff wrapped in cheap tinsel can be so tempting.
Thankfully I had the willpower to take the photograph before I scoffed the lot.
How to Participate in this Weekly Challenge
If you would like to participate in the weekly Household Haiku Challenge then please write your haiku on your own blog as a post (we love to see your own photos too!), add your contribution as a link to your post in the comment section here and put “TJ’s Household Haiku Challenge” on your tag list on your own post so others can find you! Just click on the speech bubble at the end of this post to access comments.
You can use any aspect of the prompt. “Treats” could be the object/place itself, its appearance. why it is a treat for you…or anywhere that the concept leads you! It is all about having fun!
If you would like more information about the challenge then you can view the instructions page HERE
Also don’t hesitate to make suggestions for future household objects in the comments section! I need ideas!!!!
You can check out any of the past posts by visiting the Household Haiku Home Page HERE
If you participate but do not see your name in the lists just let me know and I will be sure to add you.
Bon Weekend everyone and Happy Haikuing!
Last week’s prompt “Garden”
caused a wondrous flowering
of most lush haiku.
Did you see what I did there?
Lady Lee Manila started us off with two lovely haiku and some beautiful garden photography.
Edwina’s Episodes has a wonderful photograph of great artistry and matched it with a great haiku this week.
Tucked into a Corner has the pastoral spirit in 3 wonderful haikus this week.
Elusive Trope has composed a right royal haiku this week match to a lovely shot of a formal garden.
Kate Martyn’s haiku is a beautiful interpretation of her idyllic image. Sigh!
J Lapis has trancended the Haiku form with this set of “cascading haiku” which use the last line of the previous haiku as the start for the next. Brilliant.
And lastly but not leastly, Pat B has written haiku of Biblical proportions here!
Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Treat