Celebrate Poetry-4/16: WORK

The theme for Day 16′s celebrating National Poetry Month is “WORK.” Click HERE for details of this haiku celebration of throughout the month of April.

I have to admit, when I saw that my theme for the day was “work,” I thought, “Huh? Now why would you use ‘work’ as a theme? That’s no fun.” But, as I struggled to pull myself from the rubble of my writer’s block, my haiku came to life.

Oh, who wants to write
on such a day? Sadly, my
plot does not thicken.

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Share your haiku about WORK in the comments of this post and you’ll be entered in the drawing for one of three signed copies of LIFE: HAIKU BY HAIKU! Only three rules:

  1. Must be your original haiku (which is typically seventeen syllables, three lines of 5-7-5 syllables each, but I won’t be a stickler.)
  2. Must be entered in the comments of this blog post
  3. Must be about the topic of the day

Click HERE for details.

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23 Responses to Celebrate Poetry-4/16: WORK

  1. Robert Brown says:

    One hundred fifty
    That’s how many miles I go
    To bring you your box

  2. Patrick M Peck says:

    Working on a ship
    Stars above enchanting me
    Life of wind and waves

  3. Steve says:

    I don’t wanna work
    not today or tomorrow 
    there are leaves to kick

  4. Lewis colyar says:

    the long day is done
    farmer fans himself with hat
    three fields tomorrow

  5. Jim Barton says:

    given a gold watch
    at his retirement, he said,
    “Free time on my hands.”

  6. Working day over
    Did I find the voice I need?
    Only time will tell…

  7. Lori Ericson says:

    Jobs I’ve known in time:
    journalist, city planner,
    graveyard manager

  8. Azim Khan says:

    new arrival
    at spring
    working over time

  9. Azim Khan says:

    Its lunch time —
    hey, half day work is over
    then the week-end

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