Polly

Writings and Witterings

Haiku ~ Pink Ink

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Sweating the small stuff for dVerse poets today. Focusing in on something minute. You are all creative, so imagine that the ink on this scroll is pink :)

1.Scroll

Pink ink ~ blink wink think
Picture scripture ~ black on white
Squat splot ~ blot hot clot

Polly Robinson © 2012

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21 thoughts on “Haiku ~ Pink Ink

  1. wow…nice wounds in this…what if scripture was in another color than black and white….there is a nice hint of commentary in that…smiles…the blot hot clot, dang good line…

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  2. very interesting and witty. loved it.

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  3. ha very cool…isn’t it strange that imagining another color just changes everything…

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  4. I wonder if they would be taken so seriously in a different colour too… enjoyed this. Makes you wonder.

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    • Ain’t it the case, Bren? It does make me wonder … I tried to change the colour of the text on the scroll, but I wasn’t clever enough :( Still ~ I think the little haiku says it for us :)

      Thanks for commenting :)

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  5. smiles… love your words here

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  6. Cleverly created!

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  7. The original chick lit? Very funny!

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  8. Mind on the blink: Why is the ink pink? :-)
    Haikus now, huh – whatever next?
    Haiku apparently meaning ‘funny verse’ yours is that – and more, well done.

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  9. Traditional Haiku consists of poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five. I’m not sure they’re really intended to be funny, but you know what rules are for, don’t you, Roland? heh-heh :)

    Thank you for your comment ~ I’m throwing your question right back atcha … why do you think the ink is pink? :)

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  10. I love the cadence of this~

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