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Tuesday, September 07, 2010

H for ABC Wednesday

ABC WEDNESDAY ROUND 7: H is for...


A traditional Hay(na)ku has  3 lines and 6 words (1 in the first line, 2 in the second and 3 in the third) and there are no restrictions on syllables or rhymes.




he
rotates hands
holds spy glasses











What could be more fun today than easy peasy play. Can you do this?
 
 
 
 
 
Digital photo.
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43 comments:

Jedediah said...

Laughed
Learned something
Try it myself

anthonynorth said...

Done that many times myself. Could see for miles ;-)

EG Wow said...

Fun!
Enjoyed it
Very creative post

Sylvia K said...

How fun! I love it! And a creative post as always! I use to be able to do than, but the wrists don't cooperate so well any more! Hope your week is going well!

Sylvia

Manang Kim said...

I tried to do it but can't. Happy Wednesday!
ABC Wednesday-H

Leo said...

ooh.. a haynaku? new form for me to try :D the spy looks happy with his glasses :) nice H post Tumblewords :)

My H Post

Sam Liu said...

What a wonderful form, I must give it a go. This is a charming post, the photograph is great :)

Gramma Ann said...

Fingers
Circle eyes
Cute boy's smile.

Great post for H Day.

Reader Wil said...

You
write poetry
for us beautifully.

sandy, from gardenpath said...

tried,
erased plenty.
not so easy!

Julie said...

Computer
connects me
To the world.

Helen said...

I
am quite
hopeless it seems

Cheryl said...

Sure
I love
to try anything.

Thanks
for sharing
something new today.

I
truly enjoyed
this new form.

Tumblewords: said...

WOW - what fun you all are - I'm so enjoying your haynaku comments - wish I could see your 'spy glasses'. :)

Hildred and Charles said...

Oh
I wish
I REALLY wish

ρομπερτ said...

May time and life continue to treat him kind. Please have a good Wednesday you all.

daily athens

Carver said...

Fun
post first
letter in hilarious

Kay L. Davies said...

trick
too hard
for old hands

photowannabe said...

Can
I spy
with my eye?

Roger Owen Green said...

wow
unfamiliar form
new word too

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Dimple said...

Picture
this please
boy making faces!

Tumblewords: said...

Beverley Baird commented:

Fall
Soon here
Leaves falling down!

That was fun!
Thanks for sharing!

Carol said...

Fun
Great Wit
Happy Boy Photo

Leslie: said...

Funny
Cute boy
Peeking at Mom

Harder than one would think! Good one today! :D

magiceye said...

so cool!

Wendy said...

What a perfect tribute to "H" and Haiku's with such a darling picture :) Artistic and creative as always...

RuneE said...

I
can not
do this yet

EKSwitaj said...

I taught this trick to a class of university students in China a few years ago . . . For the life of me, I can't remember how it came up.

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

Great,
I love it.
Fantastic!

Willa said...

In my native language (Tagalog), Haynaku is a word of sigh. :)

Rumya said...

Wow!! I've just learnt a new form of poetry to try out. Thank you Tumblewords. Have a great week ahead!!

Nanka said...

Great
New Form
I have learnt

Thank you Tumblewords for introducing us to Haynaku.
What fun!!

ladynimue said...

He is cute ! your post is cuter ;)

Joy said...

In answer:

No
but see
Biggles flies again.

Yes
I discovered
Still can do

Paula Scott said...

I had no idea there were so many different forms of poetry structure! This does seem easy enough to do!
Thanks!

LisaF said...

I
love reading
your tumbled words!

Thanks for prompting us to have some fun today.

Jingle said...

very brilliant words.

Kero said...

Clever post and so much fun!!

My H entry is here http://kcelebration.blogspot.com/2010/09/luxury-hotels-in-dubai.html

Naquillity said...

i must give this haynuku a try sometime. i love what you did with this one. great photo, too. have a wonderful day.

gospelwriter said...

cute
blond boy
a future PI?

I like yours best - perfect with the picture!

Christine said...

Adorable!
Can't wait
Try my own.

jabblog said...

This
looks great fun
I'll try it :-)

Ann said...

You play I spy with my little eyes in the car with him?