Ronovan’s Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge 69: ‘Haiku’ & ‘Mind’

I decided that I had to still take part in Ronovan’s weekly Haiku challenge despite trying to participate in NaNoWriMo as I would get withdrawal symptoms otherwise!

The prompt words actually gave me a hard time this week!

Anyway, here is what I made of it:

My mind is tortured;

Crashing, swirling thoughts break through;

A Haiku is born

Tortured

50 thoughts on “Ronovan’s Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge 69: ‘Haiku’ & ‘Mind’

  1. You came up with the perfect Haiku Edwina! I find writing weekly 99 word flash fiction gives me a good distraction when I come up for air from all the revisions on my memoir. Talk about crash and burn…it’s not easy! And I am thinking of you with NaNoWriMo hoping you’re getting your words down. Keep going, you’re doing great!

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    1. Sherri .I am so thrilled you liked my Haiku and thank you so much for your support with the NaNoWriMo. I am doing better than I thought so far!
      It must be a pain constantly re-writing and revising. so I can understand why you would want a distraction from that! 🙂

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      1. Yes indeed Sherri, I hope that you are not going too mad with your revising, and am glad to see that you have not crashed and burned either!! Keep going, I am thinking over you an willing you on! 🙂

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  2. I know what it feels like when you have several blogs running through your mind at once. It really can feel like a crashing and swirling of thoughts. Thanks for hanging in with the blog hop. What would we do without haiku blog hops. 🙂

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