A ‘Magnetic Poem’ haiku
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winter wind rustles full freshly frosted flower in the soon spring sun
- I am still sticking with the ‘Nature Poet’ virtual magnet set and with the haiku form because I remain uncomfortable with these;
- Having said that, this particular haiku came together fairly quickly for me (well, relatively);
- It seems (although I could be mistaken) that the magnets available in each virtual set remain the same every week…
31 thoughts on “Wind, or: Sun”
My pleasure 😁
the soon spring sun–exactly! (K)
I love your word arrangement – would make a nice flower arrangement too. haha
I should give these a try…
If you do, please share the link with me, Muri!
Nice, just the right amount of repeated first letters, which can sometimes prove overpowering when overdone. ❤
Happy spring, David!
Thanks, Cheryl 💛
fun learning about magnetic poems. love this one
Thanks, Cindy ❤
I am loving the alliterations with your magnetic poetry ❤️❤️
I am really drawn to alliteration for some reason, Diana 😀
Thank you for noticing. ❤
You really wowing this magnetic poetry! Kudos🙌
Thanks, Sangeetha – it’s not my wheelhouse, but it’s really fun 😁
Lovely… Your doing great with the magnetic poems 🙂🌹
This is so interesting 😀
So are there any rules, do we have to consume all magnetic pieces into a poem, our we can use only as many as we want?
Deb, the only rules are those that you set for yourself. The first time I played with this, I didn’t realize that there was a button at the bottom right, which allows you to cycle through all of the magnets in the set.
I decided that first time to use all of the magnets on my screen, but I wasn’t very satisfied with the result. After that, I decided to only use those magnets that “spoke” to me, and I began cycling through all of the available magnets for a broader range of word options. I’ve been fairly happy with my Magnetic Poems since then 🙂
That makes it easier David, thanks 🙂 I took a first look and found the concept great! Then there were too many words which I couldn’t place anywhere.
Nice interesteing tool, I think I will pass to me daughter too, to see if I could get her to compose something!
Nice. I can picturise it.