Saturday, April 21, 2012

Haiku Heights April Challenge, day 21 "serendipity"


Day 21 of the Haiku Heights April Challenge is on. The prompt for today is serendipity I didn't know this word or it's meaning. So I had to search for the meaning and maybe some synonyms for it. I ran into the following meaning 'accidental discovery', (in dutch we say per ongeluk, toevallig) I found also a few synonyms for serendipity. E.g. blessing, good luck and good fortune. Well I now know the meaning of serendipity and i will try to write a few haiku with it.

a short verse
with roots in the Far East
found by accident

found by accident
a lovely short poetry form
Japanese haiku

Japanese haiku
a blessing to my writing skills
say more with less

say more with less
I fell in love with haiku
a short verse


See you tomorrow again.

9 comments:

The Happy Amateur said...

'Say more with less' is a great concept!

Tino van Kampen said...

Het is moeilijk om over te schakelen naar een andere taal. Toch vond jij de goede woorden.Good luck!!!

Siggi in Downeast Maine said...

Very nicely written.
Nice flow and pattern.
Enjoyed it very much.
Peace,
Siggi in Downeast Maine, USA

Jinksy said...

They told me at art school 'Always make the most from the least!', and you have...

Mohinee said...

I am also in love with Haiku, really perfect expression.

Ellecee said...

Lovely comments on haiku and your feelings about it. We write what we love.

PattiKen said...

You've expressed the feeling of serendipity well. Very nice.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

"more with less"

Yes, that sums up haiku very well!

“Serendipitous Shadows”

Grace said...

Beautiful...I love it ..the form and writing of haiku ~

You celebrate it well in your words ~