Monday, February 6, 2012

The Haiku Challenge, day 6

Day 6 of the Haiku Challenge 2012.

Haiku I write since the late eighties, but I haven't heard about Pi-ku so that's a challenge already. Of course I have to try Pi-ku. Maybe it doesn't work, so forgive me.

Rodin's Thinker
stands alone and forgotten
overgrown by Ivy

Credits: The Thinker
The Thinker
no more thoughts

Not a very well composed Pi-ku I think, but .... well I enjoyed it.

Until tomorrow


... said...

The Pi-Ku is wonderful.
Also the haiku is whimsical.

Amber said...

I enjoyed reading it. :)

My Arabic Journey said...

Nice! I enjoyed reading it too.

(Asni - A Walk In My Heart
This blog is from my other account at Blogger.)

It doesn't allow anyone other than from blogger to send comments. Perhaps there are others from wordpress who wants to comment but could not because they do not have blogger account. (I think)

beccagivens said...

Well done ... leaving me to ponder my thoughts ;)

Happy Week!!

(agree with Asni -- blogger is giving me fits over the past couple of weeks)

vivinfrance said...

Nice haiku/piku - even though beating the syllable counts. Somehow that doesn't matter if the right haiku spirit is there.

It's possible for a Wordpress blogger to comment on Blogger blogs
but only by dogged persistence. (see my today's Blast Blogger post at

Susie Clevenger said...

I think you did a great job with both haiku and pi-ku

Andy Sewina said...

Yeah, good thinking!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I never thought The Thinker could run out of thoughts...but why not?

If Cacti Could Think

Paulog30 said...

You present a truth here, the poor thinker,lost in the past. And thought has run stagnant. You have helped his cause with these poems.

Chèvrefeuille said...

Thank you all for the kind words. This pi-ku, it isn't really my style of haiku, but I liked to try that style.
As I can read from your comments I didn't fail the pi-ku. :)

Someone is Special said...

I loved your Pi-ku a lot.. :-)

Someone is Special