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NaPoWriMo 2020 Day 10

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Ah…today’s NaPoWriMo prompt invites us to try our hand at writing a hay(na)ku, which is sort of like a haiku, except the first line has one word, the second line has two words, and the third line has three. Well, let’s do this…

Hay(na)ku for Easter

Easter
No family
Going it alone

Easter
Virtual family
Zoom Video Chat

Easter
Mystical path
Meditate all day

Easter
Party time
Box of wine

Easter
Faith online
Viva la internet

Easter
Spring rebirth
Hallelujah, rising sun.
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And one more bonus hay(na)ku, from the unemployed yoga teacher…

Just Do It

Respiration:
Breathe in,
Breathe out. Repeat.

NaPoWriMo 2015 Day 27: Hay(na)ku

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Cold.
Late April.
What the hell?

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I just couldn’t help it. The weather hasn’t felt at all springlike to me, and I’m really missing that gentle spring warmth that makes this season my favorite. When I saw that the NaPoWriMo prompt for today encouraged us to write a tercet with only six syllables, I said to myself, “I know what I’m writing about.”