The ramblings of aspiring author, Madeleine Sara, her dreams to become published and her trials and tribulations along the way. Plus other writerly nuggets of wisdom! Apologies for my typos, I get very cold hands with Raynauds and sometimes there's a persistent kittie on my lap, nudging my hand as I type.
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- I've been creative writing all my life, though with various haitus(es) along the way. IFrom 2010 I started this blog and enjoyed sharing writing and other information with everyone. illness and bereavement supplied the more recent hiatus.
Wednesday, 16 February 2011
Posted by scribbleandedit.blogspot.co.uk at 07:00
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You're not floundering at all!!ReplyDelete
I love the bird haiku and the photo to go, that's quite some hairstyle!
Have a lovely day,
Lovely haiku, Madeleine. The bird piccie really makes me smile!ReplyDelete
Hope the antibios kick in asap, wishing you better.
I wish that I could write lovely haiku when I was sick! :-) Hope you feel better soon.ReplyDelete
I'm still in recovery myself--but at least I didn't have to endure medical students.ReplyDelete
Hope you get well soon.
I think freestyle is the way to go with poetry. Of course,I'm biased. I love stream of consciousness stuff.ReplyDelete
the first one was super cute, that pic is too much. :)ReplyDelete
the remaining two are fabulous as always. three splendid haikus in a bunch.
Flounder is a fishReplyDelete
With flailing tail, shiny scale:
Swim away, my friend!
you're totally not floundering you're swimming with the big fish! LOLReplyDelete
Great haikus on freestyle - especially the wonderful birdie one!! LOL!!!ReplyDelete
And none of this floundering - your haikus are spirited and fun!
Please take care and rest and get better Madeleine!! x
Great haikus! I hope you feel better soon.ReplyDelete
The first pic of the bird-hair-style made me smile!! Lovely Haikus too!!ReplyDelete
Love the haiku. Feel better!ReplyDelete
I do hope the antibiotics knock this thing on the head. it's no fun having the vavavoom knocked out of you!
Your Haiku made me smile - and I know what you mean about it being so much more difficult when you don't have a focus!
I slipped in one with the subject of freestyle. :)
Love your haiku.ReplyDelete
I'm a fellow crusader and follower. :)
How sweet of you to write a Haiku about my morning hairdo. lolReplyDelete
Take care and feel better soon.
My oldest had to do a big poetry assignment for school. I'll have to ask her if Haiku was a part of it.ReplyDelete
I like the changes you've made on your blog, and is that a pic of you I see in the upper right? Or has it been there all this time and I'm just catching on?
Feel better soon. :)
Great verse. Loved them all. Hope you're feeling better.ReplyDelete
Greetings from a fellow Crusader.
Good ones! Love the bird's 'do. Hope you feel better quickly!ReplyDelete
LOL! Bless you allReplyDelete
I wouldn't count them as my best haiku, but they are such fun to write even when you're feeling ill, though a proper poem needs all my brain power, so I've not written one of those for a while.
What a great haiku Jazzbumpa. :O)
Love the haikus! Hope you're feeling better. Your advice from the workshop transcends all genres, I have some great little stories from overused subjects. I'd like to think I could publish those after a more original one, once my name is out there. I'd hate to waste a great story just because the subject has been done to death.ReplyDelete
I always enjoy your haiku, Madeleine. Thanks for sharing with us.ReplyDelete
That is the funniest bird!ReplyDelete