Friday, March 15, 2013

Weekend Haiku & Limericks

Your challenge: write a haiku or limerick featuring one of the subjects discussed here in the past seven days: less work = slower climate change, or something from Monday's nature quote. Feel free to mine the comments, too.

Post your haiku or limericks in the comments, below. Remember the pattern of a haiku is:

First, 5 syllables,
the second line has seven.
And 5 at the end.

A limerick is a wee bit more complicated. Here's one description.

Post your haiku or limerick in the comments, below.  

7 comments:

  1. There's choices that we all must make
    What to leave - and what to take.
    It's raining outside.
    Shall I go for a ride?
    Or walk to the store like a flake?

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  2. Matters not to me
    If the earth is green or blue
    Best damn show in town

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  3. Green seems to emote
    beginnings, harmony, peace,
    the calm in our life.

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  4. I don't know who you people are, but I like the way y'all think. Perhaps I and my family and friends landed in the wrong corner of the country---the precise opposite of yours in both thought and place. All the more noble, the work we have to do in our shorter work week---that of convincing the rest of our state to go blue! (I may be assuming too much about your politics, but I doubt it :-)

    Green or blue, Patricia, this week's photo is sublime. I twisted the haiku rules a tad:

    Path of greenness bids,
    Patch of darkness asks,
    What mystery lies beyond.
    dkm

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  5. Quiet rain forest
    The color green incarnate
    The song of the earth

    Apparently, the color green can change your life:
    http://goo.gl/wtg5A

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  6. Oh, how I love these responses!
    (And thanks for pointing out that article, Dave--i hadn't seen it. Very interesting stuff--I have no window to look through in my office, and am sometimes surprised when I open the door to go home and discover it has snowed or the morning funk burned off and the sun is brightly shining.)

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  7. Red or blue or green,
    the noble work continues.
    Take a hike, my friends!

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