Monday Morning #Haiku — Celebrating its 200th Week!

To mark this special occasion, here are the three haiku and accompanying images to have earned the highest number of likes since the 100th week celebration

Night Dog (53 likes)

Snow-dusted garden
Luminous eyes pinprick night
Explorer dog lamps

Bird Truce (39 likes)

Jackdaws and magpies
Annual Branch Meeting starts
Armistice short-lived

Tulips (2) (39 likes)

Tulip sweet delight
Assortment of Bold colours
Nature’s candy mix

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This is my last post until the beginning of November, as I need to take a month off from blogging to concentrate on doing an intensive edit of the offbeat satirical novel I began in National Novel Writing Month 2017.

To keep me focused upon achieving my goal, I’ve agreed to do a beta-reading swap with two other novelists in November.

I’ll try to visit as many of your blogs as I can before the end of October.

Love and best wishes to you all x

Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. She's into nature, gardening, and natural health. For her, sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

11 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku — Celebrating its 200th Week!”

  1. A nice accomplishment for sure, 200 weeks. A job well-done!

    Best wishes, dear friend, on that novel. I love your dedication to it, the single-minded approach to it….as they say on Broadway, break a leg! 🙂

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    1. Thank you, my dear friend for your words of encouragement 🙂 I’m struggling to be single-minded at the moment, so have had to do something radical about it!

      By the way, if you happened to have received two email notifications of this post, it’s because the beta version of the Gutenberg editor did something most unfriendly to my first post and I had to take it down. I’d set out my three haiku as I wanted them, three lines of each, and previewed the post — all okay — then I pressed “publish” and they were displayed in one long line for each. In the end, I published them as captions attached to the photo. But I have another idea for future, which is to save the three lines as a jpeg. Meanwhile, I will grumble to WP about it, whilst things are still in the beta stage of development. It’s all very time-wasting and extra work.

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    1. I’m hoping to be around for a short chat with you and Rochelle this week, but am not sure how you’re both placed tomorrow. I would only be able to do about an hour, as I have to make an early tea. I was going to suggest Friday, but am now going to visit a friend in hospital who’s had a stroke. I’ll check with Rochelle how she’s fixed for tomorrow, too.

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      1. Around 14.00 hours my time would be great. I think that you and Rochelle are both 5 hours behind me at the moment. Is that right? According to my international clock app it says you are on the same time, anyway, but I thought there was meant to be a one-hour difference between the two of you. Am confused…

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