Sadly, we had no other participants from last week.
- Either choose or take a picture related to the theme or word of the week, or feel free to use the Picture provided on my post
- Create a HaiKu accordingly, three lines of poetry 5, 7, then 5 syllables in length.
- Post to your blog, link to mine, and post the link to yours here in the comments below. You’ll have all weekend and up until the following Friday to enter.
- With the next Friday’s post I’ll be doing a Round-up of participants with their links for readers to follow back to yours to enjoy and perhaps add to the fun with their own.
What fun we’ll have. Why not join in? HereThe word is Thinking.
I don’t know… yet
I once was so sure
The wisdom is not knowing
When you really don’t
I’m still a thinking man. I wish I had spent more of my life admitting that I didn’t actually know even half of what I accepted as absolute truth. Now I see tons of others, who are now as I was then, who would rather critcize and attack what other people think than support what they themselves claim as truth.
People making posts on top of posts dealing with heavy philosophical or cosmological ‘arguments’ but they having little to no educational or formal training or background in the fields they speak on.
What is it about “I don’t know” that seems to threaten people so much?
Reflections on the humble pastime of pipe smoking.
Flash Fiction, Poetry, and Short Stories
Read, Review and Repeat
Reader, Writer, Reviewer
Your Source For Everything Nonfiction!
A book lover writes about this, that and the other
Author of Young Adult Fantasy
Where History & Literature Meet
A Classic Literature Journey
I read a lot, not just at teatime
the blog of a bookish, nut-allergic girl
Pages are always blank before the words get laid out.
"Lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind." - Virginia Woolf
Discover your next page turner
life happens . . .
Idea Splotches from an (African) American Librarian
Writing for kids everywhere