Labels: 3WW, daily prompts for nat'l poetry month, Poefusion
posted by rel at 5:25 AM
Literary athletics perfectly done :-)
I like the last line - mysterious bounce - how true is that
Oh, for true. Makes me light headed!
That's wonderful. And the one meaning of parallel I didn't think of
sounds painful.I love that you didn't use any of the words in the middle line, and in fact you used only two words to fill up those seven syllables. It's almost like getting a bingo in Scrabble. :-)
Very nice. I love the even parallel bars and your poem.
If we were to have a contest.. Who can use all three words with the least amount of words AND make sense... YOU Win!
This makes me anxious for the Olympics! Very cool!
They are truly amazing and I always enjoy a haiku. That training is really working for you Rel...woohoo. ;)HUGSTammy
Wow! That rocks!
Excellent picture and word collaboration!
Poetry in motion!
I thought about using parallel in this way - nicely done! :)
I'm imagining him bouncing on the bars, with the give and take of the wood.
Brilliant! Very clever, succint and sweet!
the parallel bars have never ceased to amaze me.. the physical endurance it takes to do what they do... you have described it perfectly.. and the photo is so good...
You're getting to be such a haiku 'pro'! This is great.They DO always bounce at the end, just as you said.
Very nice use of the prompts.It's a pity the haiku doesn't have space and time for the rhythm of the flowing movements, the exchange of pars and positions.Yet, this haiku gives me the rhythm.Whenever you want to visit my entry ::click here::
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