New Blog: Haiku 365


Did you see my new blog yet?  I accepted the challenge by WordPress to launch a 365-blog – a blog that I contribute to for 365(6) days of this year.  I thought about photos, recipes, inspirational sayings, and I settled on Haikus.

Haiku, a Japanese poetic form, paints pictures through a structured, yet simplistic, word form.  I have both studied and admired, haiku for some time.  Like you, perhaps, I was introduced to haiku as a child in school, and more recently started to find pleasure, meditation, and sometimes solace in its form and style.

Writing haiku is nurturing, and yet stimulating.  My desire is to write and share my own haiku,as well as share the work of modern and classic haiku poets during this year of Haiku 365.   I would also love to share your haiku as you become inspired.  I hope you join me on this journey.

The RSS Feed for Haiku 365 will always be available on the right column of this blog, so you can click on it to get to the other blog anytime you would like.

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15 Replies to “New Blog: Haiku 365”

  1. Thank you for following my blog. I hope you will continue to enjoy my posts. I look forward to reading yours as well. May you have a prosperous and Happy Year of the Water Dragon.

  2. Hi Kris, thank you so much for following my blog, Creative Musings. This is the first of my eight blogs, talk about too much right? LOL! that is truly just me. I decided to create a blog just for my short stories. I’m so glad to know that you like it.

      1. Each blog has its own theme and so I really enjoy each one. Though I pay a bit more attention to a couple of them than I do the others. So glad you are among those reading them.

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