Haiku

November 17 Prompt is as November 17 Prompt Does

The prompt for this week  is  was created by Marie Bailey and is the Spider’s Web for the  November 17 CSB Writing Prompt. Here is my Haiku in response.   The Web by John W. Howell Dewey web in trees, Speaks of pearls, inspiration… But wait, where’s the fly.

Autumn Prompt is as Autumn Prompt Does

The prompt for this week is Autumn. Here is my Haiku for Autumn   Autumn Haiku by John W. Howell ©2013 Bright leaves from Jack Frost, Apple cider from the gods. . . Donuts from the devil.

Erotic Haiku is as Erotic Haiku Does

Here is my humble contribution to the Erotica challenge placed here today by  ioniamartin.  Erotica Haiku by John W. Howell ©2013 Erotica here, Community is in whisper. . . Anyone know what for?

That Last Breath (Oddly Haiku)

That Last Breath I hope you breathe your last breath after my last breath or just before then. Ellespeth

End of Summer is as End of Summar Does

This Haiku is in response to the prompt for the week here on Community Story Board. The title is End of Summer and I hope  you like it. End of Summer ©2013 The laughter is gone, No one is burning the steaks. . . Look to Halloween.

the head, the heart

* the head * one’s unfiltered thoughts cold and distant word exchange head speaking it’s mind * * * the heart * storm brewing within strong emotions good and bad a heart speaks feelings *

Sport Prompt is as Sport Prompt Does

The Community story Board Prompt of the day is to write as if you are attending any kind of sporting event. So here is my contribution: Sport Haiku by John W. Howell © 2013 Here I sit up high, The players are small below. . . Cheap seats no bargain.

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