This is Day 13 of the 2016 Haiku Challenge. The concept is simple...challenge yourself to compose one haiku a day for the month of January. Composing a haiku about something you have noticed, felt, experienced or have been mulling over is often both reflective and surprising. One piece of advice...don't set your poetic bar too high...simply notice, write down a few single words and then play with the idea of distilling them into the pattern of three lines consisting of five syllables, seven syllables and five syllables. I promise it will make you pause and be a bit more mindful of that moment. Feel free to post your creations in the comment section of my daily posts on this blog or other digital spaces (use the hashtag #haikuchallenge16) Enjoy!
Frost flowers appear
the windshield art warms my soul