It’s Theme Reveal time for the Blogging from A-to-Z Challenge (April 2018). This is my second year participating.
Last year (2017), my theme was Components of Literature.
This year, my theme is Haiku Poetry about Life and Nature.
Posts start on April 1. I have listed my A-to-Z titles below.
Haiku poems were originally developed by Japanese poets and consist of 3 lines, with syllable counts of 5, 7, 5, respectively. They are based on imagery and often reflect nature or a poignant moment.
Here are some examples and Guidelines for Writing Haiku in English by William J. Higginson (thehaikufoundation.org).
Stamps for 2018
This is the 9th year running! Arlee Bird is the founder.
Blogging from A to Z Challenge (April 2018)
Titles and Links
Theme: Haiku Poetry about Life and Nature
A — Antidote
B — Borrowed Time
C — Child Spirits
D — Demons
E — Expanse
F — Flatline
H — Halloween (All Hallows’ Eve)
M — Mirror
N — New Life
R — Ripple
S — Slain
W — Wet Commute
Z — Zamboni / Zebra Zone