A haiku challenge on the matter of “taste”
In a world where diversity across society is ever increasingly celebrated there remain places where prejudice and hatred still run free.
Drawn to Sparrow’s not too distant chirps, snake slithered from his hole under the old oak, the summer sun warm on his scales.
my quest to determine whether a limerick can make the most horrid subject a little less so…
Crude, infantile and fun to write. Gotta be better than what’s going on in the world right?
Now I have heard it said that if a butterfly flaps its wings in my back garden it can cause a hurricane in the Philippines or Singapore or somewhere equally warm and exotic…
Picture if you will a small village in Africa, and in a small mud hut in this village lives a man.
Ronovan’s weekly haiku challenge – Hope and Stay
Badger appeared slowly from his set. Sniffing the fresh morning air he had a rather pleasant and leisurely scratch and considered the day ahead.
“Sorry sir” Henderson replied “but we drop out of FTL and go radio silent and now we’re locked in orbit at four times the usual distance instead of heading home. That’s not protocol.”