Write about a dream you have or have had. Could be a night time dream. A day dream. A dream of something you long for. Turn your dream into a poem: haiku, pantoum, or any form of short piece that works for you. Post your writing on The Write Spot Blog. Share your dreams. Writing them, posting them, might help shed light on questions you have. Giving your dreams “air” . . . letting them see the light of day might help manifest them. Go for it. Just write!
Do you Haiku? Prompt #137
Haiku is one of the most important forms of traditional Japanese poetry. Haiku is a 17-syllable verse form consisting of three metrical units of 5, 7, and 5 syllables. — Haiku for People Another definition: “Haiku (俳句 high-koo) are short poems that use sensory language to capture a feeling or image. They are often inspired by an element of nature, a moment of beauty, or another poignant experience. Haiku poetry was originally developed by Japanese poets, and the form was adopted (and adapted) by virtually every modern language, including our own. The secret to writing great haiku is to be observant and appreciate nature.” — Wikihow-Write-a-Poem Haiku by Penelope La Montagne: Pruned vines stand in rows those charred Venus de Milos posing with mustard Penelope La Montagne is a poet laureate emerita of Healdsburg. She is the author of River Shoes by Running Wolf Press and Jigsaw Heart by Finishing…