October Poetry Challenge: Day Three

Pure and Simple Love

He reads beside me
Cuddling up with cups of tea
Best friends forever

Want to write your own haiku?

Haikus are typically three-line stanzas with specified syllables. Themes usually focus on the beauty in life’s small moments, whether in nature, daily habits, or relationships. The formula is 5 syllables in the first line, 7 syllables in the second line, and 5 syllables in the third line. You can also add more 3-line stanzas to expound on your ideas.

I’d love to see the efforts of your poem in the comments below! I understand that these are first drafts and I hope you offer my humble words the same grace! Remember, Keep Showing Up!

See you tomorrow for day four of the challenge!

2 thoughts on “October Poetry Challenge: Day Three”

    1. ❤ ❤ ❤ Thank you! And yay! I'm excited to read yours! Haikus are so much fun! It makes me feel like a little kid again, counting syllables aloud on my fingers.


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