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Yes, why wait for winter indeed!
nice! i like the why wait for winter also. keep seeing these naisaiku. may try these after napo
I'm unsure as to how many lines a Naisaiku should have. Is it 5 or is it 7 or can it be either?
Hi Gautami, I'm waiting for summer, right now!Hi Swiss, we'd love you to take The NaisaiKu Challenge? Good luck with NaPoWriMo...
Hi Carole, five lines or seven it doesn't matter, the difference is only that if you use seven lines it is a Haiku plus a central CAPITALISED TITLE followed by a reverse Haiku.With five lines the third line of the haiku becomes the TITLE AND the first line of the reverse rolled into one. At the end of the day it's just a bit of fun! BTW I loved the one that you did and it was spot on!Please note: our interpretation of Haiku is quite a broad school and we leave it to the writer to determine what he or she thinks might qualify. Enjoy!
ya got the knack of traveling thoughts... im still rollin around in my head the nakisakiku... or somethin like that... you make it seem so eeeez
I love, "travel at the speed of thought." Perfect!
All these Naisaiku: I'm going to have to try one. I also like: "travel at the speed of thought."
Such an interesting form. I enjoyed the read.
now that is a driving anthem, for sure!
Oh how I wish we could travel at the speed of thought - it would make family road trips ever so much more bearable. Thanks for stopping by!
I LOVE how you did this! I wish I had the patience LOL. I've done Haikus and Tankas but this one may be out of my reach :os.GREAT job!http://lori102870.blogspot.com/2009/04/turn-my-keythree-in-one-blogby-me.html
The best way to journey, in the mind.
I love how this captures the excitement of a trip, how thoughts race ahead of cars.
traveling at the speed of thought.. something to think about :)
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