Sohbet – haiku tree

We’re going to try something new here. A haiku tree. I’ll start a haiku (the trunk) and you all can take any word/theme from the poem and add your own haiku (add a branch) or take a snippit from someone else’s haiku response to graft a branch on their branch, and well see just what kind of wild and winding tree we can grow here.

Logistics: if you’re branching off of my haiku, you’ll need to post it in the Leave a Reply box at the bottom of the page, if you want to build on somebody else’s branch be sure to click on Reply by their name.

This could be very cool…

Here’s the starting haiku:

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A flat of peaches
Brought home from warmer valleys
Scent infuses space

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23 thoughts on “Sohbet – haiku tree

        1. Backwards talk we do
          Circles round and round we too
          Why so hard be true?

          (I get bonus points for rhyming – and a hearty stink eye from haiku purists!)

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  1. A flat of peaches
    Brought home from warmer valleys
    Scent infuses space

    Millions of peaches
    sweet, juicey, fuzz adjusted
    Nectarine is here

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