Tag: weekly haiku challenge

Yellow Poui

Leaves falling, time crawls, We sit and watch the Poui, Head home, go study. (Leaves falling, time crawls, we sit and watch the Poui. We sit and watch the Poui, head home, go study.) In Jamaica there’s a saying that if you haven’t started studying 

Ode To Rappers

Tell me the reason, Why do you like sprouting rhymes? Can’t deny your shine. (Tell me the reason, why do you like sprouting rhymes? Why do you like sprouting rhymes? Can’t deny your shine.) Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Rhyme&Reason.

Not Sorry

Lonely is a crime,
And I couldn’t do the time,
So I changed my mind.

(Lonely is a crime, and I couldn’t do the time.
And I couldn’t do the time, so I changed my mind.)

Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Change&Mind.

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Summertime

The wind frolicked by and she was summertime fine her scent: fresh roses. (The wind frolicked by, and she was summertime fine. And she was summertime fine, her scent: fresh roses.) Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Fresh&Wind

In The Dark

Don’t run from the fray, Veiled by the darkness, secure, Fight for your dreams, win. (Don’t run from the fray veiled by the darkness, secure. Veiled by the darkness, secure, fight for your dreams, win.) Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Fray&Veiled. Featured image from Cocorrina.com

Lit

Like a gem that glistens,
I’m attracted to your light,
Like a little moth.

“Like a gem that glistens, I’m attracted to your light.”
“I’m attracted to your light, like a little moth.”

Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Gem & Flame.

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Sight

We live black and white for we are too self-centered to see in colour. Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Black&White. So I got a poem out of it as well 🙂 I believe we see in black and white, although we know we see in 

Cover Me With Your Love

Engulf me in red Let me see inside those prisms The colour of love. Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Cover & Color. “Engulf me in red, let me see inside those prisms.” “Let me see inside those prisms, the colour of love.” Well, I ended 

Red Yiy

Gold laden necks craned
Good as gold heart acclaimed
Eyes red with envy.

Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Crane & Gold.

Read:
“Gold laden necks craned, good as gold heart acclaimed.”
“Good as gold heart acclaimed, eyes red with envy.”

“Red yiy” is Patois for “Red eye” which used to describe an envious person.

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Muse

Pen to paper, flows heart racing, it excites me my muse is music. Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge: Muse & Pen. Featured image by Mau Mau.