For The Love Of Haiku – 6

I love to write poems, short stories ( fiction or non-fiction)… but sometimes I need a muse and the perfect mood to start with a new one. Well aren’t we all writers feel this way? :)

Aside from writing , I love to create too.  I love and enjoy arts.  I also like to take photos to anything that caught my eye.  Anyways, each of us here in the blogging community has something to offer in the world.   I believe that we all are here and that we are doing what we are doing now in the blogging world for a reason or just because…

Since, I started my Art Game, I noticed that I gained more friends. ( I prefer to call my followers as my friends or buddies here in the blogging community). Although all are not participating but in one way or another I get to know other bloggers through them.  Awesome, isn’t it?

Because of this I thought of something for those who just love to write like me… so how about we do something “For The Love Of Haiku”? And that is how I’d like to call this some kind of fun or mind-game.

Everyone is welcome to join me in this fun just because you love what you are doing and you are happy to do it.

Every third Saturdays of the month I will post an image that I got from  my Art Game and then you write down your Haiku based on what you see on the image.

Important notes to remember:

***You can always check the result for the highest likes for each particular date hereHaiku Lovers

Grab your beautiful Haiku Logo.

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Click  to see how we came up with this image 🙂

With a bit of luck

Two ducks near the Love Tower 

Trapped inside the jar-


“Quack!”, quacks lovey duck.

-Froggy’s Jar of Lemon Dreams…

Here they fell in love!

Calling all Haiku Lovers… What do you say?

For more info about this fun, click For The Love Of Haiku and share us your best Haiku 🙂


  1. grosenberg says:

    Strange mixed guardians
    Angel trapped in Eifel jar
    What would freedom bring?

  2. sage idea! all the best!

  3. I love the haiku and the pictures. I always admire your art game pictures, they are so surrealistic. I look forward to see the results of the haiku game. I think it is sort of a modern take on the haiku parties they used to hold in Japan where poets would gather to compose poems and then compare them afterwards. Maybe they still do.

    • Yes they all are unrealistic hehehe, that’s why it’s fun to look at 🙂 and add some Haiku ingredients in it to make it more interesting.
      Thanks for following this fun 🙂 Have a nice weekend!

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